The ancient city
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Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 1850
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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L THE ANCIENT CITY EXTRACT.. .. FROM Tr E' SPEECH. ..OF MR. r Fprhis extract establishes, upon the authority ||: press. He asked-whelher tbis precedent tfrQrn Maine as a separate State hsn'tbo: question
'" YULE : i t !fr..Madison, that the, distinction: betVeclNOITIlEa3. thepatatute-book might not be advantageously was.submitted to them they voted down the
tSTVZLISKID, WE'ZXtY ; and SifirrnEK* States-: the' Nor-:, followed tin regardvtdtho! two Slates now scheme, nnd said the state of Massachusetts
: EVERY 8'8'ATURDA.Y eBSt' On the' A4mi io,.. of California ,into tk Union:, them and HouOiern section-Northern indriarer
,SflTJt-VES'tER MANUGY, ;: SENATE. .*. :'southern ort ern and Southeirt': from;th}e Northeast,.the" other from the W 4ti souri applied of admission (he Lihlatureof
3 IE1rY01r, t:1 iDr1,3eC'ttT ,..4 Tuesday ''Augu* 6,115 0 t ,poney- 'el't'ddfQs.which at ,that day, 'and j jI i 1 as Was the case in 1791 ? Thif jhe[ sai Ij.was that state, to : pups the gentleman tails _

OTf* <$ bi ti I "T' 4Seeator. ftontPenn'llv rii ,: .(Ut. Coo-' ijbr to the Co titutiontrbad lodgment. tha ,,E aiq. !t'ofCotiside. } Tbpprccedt'nt. fcwjvyj tte*
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t- : ;- 'tD1'iOiIii\ : .then huta:a slight. and unavoidable tapetipriy I 'inch we a the befit ttn ::s.of the RepubliC" I II I during the last session, of Congress, after he
pwhtt he" said tUJI whole: philosophy tf ihe : ; ,.the South expected to outgrow'' if< &.f 1:11 I ochres. Wit! r any" one say Avo ought not -io i I f bad taken a very active Dart'' to reject Missouri
b* I.question.Vhat maitefcdJt Whether the Wil- upon this star balance that Mr. M aaisonj I I be admitted .&io the Union? We are answered ; brought forward a navigation bill for the Kcoramodntion -
j, '. .... :7 a.tt'a ffirt.ProV&sootany: thin Jelao: :which the! North founded his expectation of eh ngrceme.ntio Yes; and.that unless we will agree to admit of Maine, when she,should be Li
WIt fa extorted, on reasonable terms..... wanted was contained id the, bill T The bill discard Mho plan of a Confederation, and to Missouri unconditionally we ought riot come a.State ; and this isjwhat' he is pleased
]t gave the a,rho control of the- Legislative Department. substitutoa more intimate Union by infusinga ,I to be admitted I hope the doctrine did not to call holding out an invjjiatlo. This was the ,
OFFICIAL **, Thqt secured all else would follow popular basis in tho federal representation. extend quite as far as that. (Mr. CLAY here course pursued by New York when Vermont* .
epert of the Superintendent of the United. That wns (the prize he and tho other It in evident he counted upon the near bal said in an under tone 'Yes,it did.'*) petitioned! her; tobecomea, separate Stat-
X Sites Coast Survey to the Secretary ofthe ,I northern fileriils ot the bill sagaciously strove .an ,eQC tyotthern pawcr.and: Southern power "Mr. CLAY. Ifo did, not mean. too give bis The application Vermont could not be
of the Treasury on the. recoDnoisunC of i; for; TRC jiDYiisra.v i.u.rrO&AU.bDt, accom-- W.dissipate: any fear for the peculiar Interests ., consent to the admission of the State Maine heard until Kentucky rcttionedasaandthen} !
Cape Canaveral Shoals, Florida, by,L eut'. ::1'pushed, in 11.111t the most cosy :to be done, of their,respe gtho.seclions on the part of the I iuto the Union long ns the doctrines were New York gave her consent at ,once; and a
Commanding John Rodgers, United Suite: nil else would follow, at Ilia pleasure of this North or. Ihp tout!}.. It. }vas tbtt existing e-J upheld of annexing conditions to the admissionof struggle' ensued which should be admitted first
Navy, Assistant i in the Coast Survey' North. But I( was referring tojhim to quote '.quilibrium, ,\whtch:favored the, Union, whichsecured States into tho Union from beyond the and Vermont prevailed."-National InltUigtncer ..
COAST S1raLT Orison, l1ii words as admonition: to the.Souh. corn- I tho Union, and which made unnecessary l'l'I mountains. .Equality said he, is equity. August 101820.Massachusetts 1
Washington August 1<1,'50. i infrom the frank lips of a Northern Senator I the distinct discussioll'of n balance' ofa : "Jl! was proper and fitting in hi opinion I and New '''York had refused ;
SIB : hare the honor to enclos a report of, lie 'declared the advantage looked to balance! of:power ns between hcsc sections. :. that this bill thould be delayed; that tho House. the separation'from them of Maine and Vermont -.
Lieut Comm&ndinx John Rdge/s, U. S. N., from the bill, that by tho admission of Califor1 I.But the watchfulness of both, sections before should not net' on the ono bill until it could until slate States wetb brought forward t'
Assistant u. 8. Coast Survey upon a rccon- 1!Ilia they secured'''prtpCflltran..t.c\(ihe-free States thov Constitution and'ever sine;?, in respect.to also act on he other for the admission of a admission., This shows that consideration,
DtI_tics of Cape CftrnD\lrn18honl., FlorIda -'tin this bodYr nod the ability ,if;.true to fhem- this very consideration'. political power as 1&tate in tfye.Vest.. But it seemed ;there was a of convenience and justice were not the, motives
and request authority Jw publish the i iIAmI. ( selves, to pretcnt the further acquisition of slate .between tho North ,and .the South tho slaveholding : particular aversion to the connexion of Maine inducing their. assent but that what Mr.
txrilpry, or. 1i1.a. ;tensionrjf. slavery, byond, its 'nnd'tne non-slavo holding interest-is and Missouri. Ifryas nut mqch'mistakenJLhose King called the balance of political power" I
Very respectfully yours guarantied limits. demonstrable by distinct and well sustained who tow objected to such an alliance was the only advantage potent enough to draw
(Signed) A. D. BACHE, But why should thl(' North thug: fiercely) facl 1 will'agree that the very purpose! 'of 'were the advocates of the alliance( ( in the casewhich them 1 'into consent. .' The balance of political ;
Superintendent U. *. Coast Survey.Hon. seek to secure an ascendency in the Government -, pqjitical power was uot openly' ; declared by be had quoted as a precedent and had power!" Thi, then, existed as a definite idca, t:
THOMAS Coawiv, .:& and to prevent tho extension of slave .either, section, in the first'stages of our his:'\ry. succeeded in keeping Kentudig out of the Unionfor, us a policy to be observed nnd enforced id the: \
Secretary wfttg Treasury. territory and the growth cud accession, of But when we contempluto the several occasions some twelte or eighteen months,, btcauze.Vermnnt practice of. the, Government, as far back as
pew lave States? here ,are only two pot of sectional" division und struggle, it must was not ready to come in, and when ready, connected 1820 utleasU : .
U.. S. Coist SuaviT'Orrxcr. Bible motives which' can govern her in the : bo clear to every cnndid! mind that the motive them in one !bill.. I I proceed now'to show that political power .
Washing on, August 9, 1850. purposo : either to reach slavery in the Statesy the impulse the consideration which gui- Mr. WHITMAN, ot Massachusetts. He watapprehensive was the cpnsideration which lay at the bottom
Sit : I have the honor to report that, in o* I the indirect method of penning .it up within hedcith section nnd gave thu impetus'to the honorable Speaker might of the whole controversy, and that it was|, su
'*IienC8 to your instructions, 1 havo made a :I fixed limits, or to aggrandise their own pu- their effort, was> i ho idea of the relative political have. misinformed. lie'.:. .detJoo.t.\ him to understood by the.nctors in'tbat day.
reconnolssanco of Cape Cdrnavcral Shoals. tiidcalpower by securing h atled: ascenden- power ot the sections. have said that Vermont nnd Kentucky had The two sources upon vYhich{ best ( reliance
Bearing from the lipht-House, bj corns cy in all departments of Government., It The signal instance to which I will refer ofa been lacked together,.and the admission tf onohJ.d can be placed to unveil the real purposes and i
paw, N. E.by $., and distant from it 11 3-4 ,; Is not to promote the comfort of the black race.I struggle between the two sections prior to : been necessary to that of the other: and Influences that' impelled thosa who participated -
nautical milethere is a shoal with, }5 feet I -for their comfort would be Lest promoted lhe Constitution, was in respect to the navigation furil.o.lhat: tin | objection to the admission of in the conflict are the public journals and
water on it;at low tide ; and there is one' with by dispersion. It is not diminish; the multiplication of the Mississippi river in the Congress Kentucky cam j from the Northern and Eastern the debates in congress.So I
8 feel water on it at low tide 11 1-4 wiles of slaves, because their numbers ofQlrc Confederation That struggle com sections ufthe Uuion. This Mr. \Y. said far as the proof to be drawn from tho.
from the Light House and bearing from it arc only'added to by natural increase, which menced in 1785. It was a Strictly sectional he had nover heard bvfore.! .: public journals h concerned, I shall think it
N. N. E. i E. ;i will still'go on. The purpose, thenis either struggle, was protraatcd to the very close of the Mr. CLAY. In reference to the case which sufficient to confin myself to a very perfect ,
Those shoals distant from one another 1,1-2 fanatical or political-to destroy this property Confederation, and then transferred to the new he had referred to as a precedent for such a, and direct avowal of the National Intelligen
milesnnd beeriae from etch other E. by 8. as it exists in;the Southern States or to des- government. It WAS proposed by .Mr. JU)', in, connexion i. lha gcnUcnvan (torn MassachuseU( cur, which was then nit novr:, the leading o.rguq
and,Wblare"tbo extremities of a b)3--alt,! 1.01- political weight of the South in the a' negotiation' with the Encartrada de Nzrocias had professed his. Ignorance of it. Tlta.genttq l 'of A great party at thecdt.ofGo.YcrnrMntthacenter .
witO 4 and 6 klbume water on It. ". | Union ; in .other" words, to emancipate, our t frost Spjiip, rtilinquUh to that Government man: dl r. J.; said, might never have heard ot it.. of political l action. The extract; I will
W tfrtle ye entcd 28 t"abo.'th" e'; slaves as a property,or subordinate our States the exclusive use of the Mississippi river for nnd, as he had so said doubtless! never had read is from the leading ed tonal in tho paperof
the land could not be seen froin them in a os a scctlon.VbiC1iever of these bo the ob thirty years. This urged strongly upon the heard of it ; but if the gentleman was not infor- January 29, 1820 :
clear day ; and the Lighthouse was only ject, we cannot submit; for either of them favor,of the Congress. The Nurihcrn States med upon.the subject, he, Mr. C. hoped he would! '* An excitement appear to prevail-or rather -_
ftiotly visible. must be false to us. unanimously preaped it-the. Southern: States allow him the'lentfit fie had dtriPld1'011& hating U is painfully apprehended-in regard to.
These shoals arc thtf more dangerous because The spirit of the fodb' in her present pur- as* unitedly resisted. In the course of th3 participated in some degree in th: transactions of this question, which would with difficulty be
deep water surrounds the banks on' pcse must bo also aggressive and not io'cfciiiive. struggle that ensued very frequent votes were that day. I can assure him, said Mr.-C. that the arcQimtCii: t for from u general> view of this ,
which they lie. 1 She has a fixed and unalterable majority taken; iii nil of which the Northern Stutes proposition came from the North to delay--to delay points embraced by it. THE TRUTB is, and it tii
In bad weather breakers point out their in the Ho jse of Representatives, and in tho voted in solid upon one side, and the Southern the admission of Kentucky into the Union until Vermont in vuiu to shut oily, eyes to the fact that them
place : but with a smooth tea no indication I Electoral Colleges, and the contrul of the States! upbn the other. Now, what was: the was ready to come in. But the Gentleman are considerations. of deeper interest at the
*of their existence given. Senate is therefore unnecessary to her de issue there?, It was openly and distinctly un- perceived great injustice: /u: such A shoal runs out from ihe lighthouse very t fence. And it aggressive( to what point do derstood by'the South. us involving the preservation the present dar ; on, that head N r. C. said, vibrates and'"the feelings of our politicians vibrate .
sarl1 thileslh b @. M. 1-2 E., direction. her aggressive designs!: tend ? Plainly to the anti,., at all events, the further settlement he 'would recommend his recollection: the in sympathy."
Separated from this by a channel mile wido i 1 attack of slave property ; for it is that Which of Keritack Fra'qkland (now Tennessee old anecdote of tho parson and-the.bull. But the proofs atfbrJci! by the debates in tho.
and 4 fathoms deep, It a small shoal with 11 I I chiefly divides the interests and sympathies' .) and the rest of the Ohio and Mississippi two homei of Congress arts ample ; und to.
'feet water on it, at low ticI '. ft bears B.; E.j i it: of tho two sections, and that is the only interest country. It mast be borno in mind that this This 'notion of an equivalent: Nr. C. said, I them I turn at once. I will first bring forward
by E 1E.,from the LIgLt-Iiousc, and is a 1-. which is peculiar to us as a'sectIQn.In struggle occurred' before the Ordinance of 17- was not a new one ; it was one upon which the declarations anl admissions of the Icadin ,
miles distant from it. I I every aspect in which I cantjoniukr tho 87, and therefore that all the vacant western Commonwealths and States had acted from Northern Gentlemen in the*l wo Houses-men
Between the Llght-Houte and South East matter,I feel nerved to the issue, and inspired lands were slav territory. Whoever will time immemorial:, who not only were the-true exponents of Northern -.
Shoal is beaCh channel with ti feet water in to the duty of contending to the last extremity trace the history of, that conflict und will examine This was the first instance of the admissionof sentiment but fashioned the opinions
it at loyftKde. I for tho preservation of the: political the to;UmouyNof BIr. Pinkney,of South new State, and we see that the North here and purposes of the masses and whose spirit
Though' there arc deep channels between balance of Vie two sections in this Union* Carolina who was the Iea.deron tho part of raised at once the issue of relative power. entered! into and directed the spiriijof times.,
the outer thhoals and the Llhi-Hou e, there I conscfonciously believe that- when that is h hi the South will be convinced that it was 'a sec- ,.The admission of Tennessee, Missippi, and Alabama In I he fervor of discussion, \-hcn the soul opens.
are numerous shoal -1)QI.aV&u& 11 render the {j I gone, nothing short "of a Convention of. tbo : tianil struggle for political power between the as slave States, was secured by the itself In generous; fr nkjicss and manly rivalry
navigation through them Uaugerousto: ,large ; States fur tho reformation of ihe compact of I North and the South.v\ I compacts of cession which expressly provided when the.thin. g ijses of pretension are cast
"1161.. 1 1|,I Union can: preserve the harmony of tho states. ;he firstremarkablo instance. of a d.isincistrug'glo tort their: admission as States without restriction away, and the deep purpo& is exposed-it wan!
Vessels wishing to lie under ho cnpe in ., H re,tbenl plant Ylclf; and until a provision between the sections is instructive in upon slavery : and Louisiana, was admitted then, and here in this, arid the other Hall,tha
northerly or easterly wind, should bnnjj the : is conceded, under the effect of which more than ono particular.' It not only illustrates .. under duress of circumstances.: Mr. Ru- shallow pretext of humanity; for the slaves was
Light-Hoes to bear N E and anchor in 16 ,'the South may have assurance of being ablo the fact that the recognition uf n distinct finKing! explained, th'e white nnd negro: population laid asido and the real purpose of political
or 17 ft et water within a hundred and fifty to add a counterbalancing State to tho Union. interest between the two sections nnd the concentrated near New OrleanS'bemg power stood exposed in repeated revelation.
yards of ti. beach. Then about! :-4 of a mile I can never consent to the admission of u strife for relative power indvnn early origin I nearly equal. No opportunity, therefore, occifrred And first among those will refer is Mr. Rufus.. .,
-f rum the beach. .* Northern ate.. This concession is sought in but that parliamentary mans were successfully to the North to mike a point in respect King who was, perhaps, most entitled to be.
Directions for the BescK Channel.JJrlng the last clause of tho substitute I bave offered and perseveringly: employed by a minor.' to tho admission of these: states nor was she regarded as the Northern leader ia the Senateupon
theLttht; lbuse to bwr \VJ \V. and 1 which proposes! a territorial government icy through a struggle of extraorJiuary pro especially stimulated to embarrass a compliance this subject and I ask attention to tho.
run foe it. Keen>|heouih end of the stable south of the parnllel of 36 def. 30 min. on traction, to defeat an unj'ust measure. This : with the stipulations: in their behalf; because notable points of tbu passage of one of hiq
p' roof in a range% the1tbiddlo of the LightHouse the Pacific coast, with nn e/tprcsj provision !'struggle averted a fatal blow tote American Ohio Indiana and and Illinois the admission speeches which I'will read. Ia sajs :
untiUteer south and rass' tho (apt. for the security of slave pro pert}"'. interests, by delaying the consummation of of which states occurred within the: .' The extension of slat At low tide therdepth of wateHrt the channel This principle of an equality, :or balance of the project until'' the conservative justice ot same period, preserved the" balance of states, United States*\vas a viofallon of tha ..
is 9 ieeu Espeelal care must'bo taken to tho two sections in this body, is. no new idea the country could ba brought into\' action to and the relative power between the two sec compact. U. abtid,:ed the fqlitical paver of the, <7'
guard, butt the current which was found to ns has been lately pretended. It is1\ idea I IDS t i' prevent :t. It i is an example consecrated; to tions. The application Missouri furnishedthe non slateMding Strjei. The admission of Louisiana -
si stronger to tho nonh..ord. 3Tne Light- old as the Union' and is commended by a tht use of Southern: men of the pre nt day, first plausible opportunity when the North itself made a &Hew confederacy or com,
i ejoso) together.. that settled& practice, beginning with the first years= I w&tohnuld:: feel no reluctance to adopt t\rr-ans could strike for pojmcal( o\Ver. If the South pact ; and if the attempt to extend .lnrsrrte --,
watch'cd.AtsH I uf the :public and, extended to the present which the honored fathers ,Of .thy 'R'\p'bUc .were permitted to monopolize the Louisiana 'yond the Yissbaippi'succcdcd the pcpple'oi-
_Obi.servr'tt ,"" f time. M ? .. ; .- .- employed to prevent the degradation or, ,their purchase,there wa danger, as the north supposed the north ouj-ht not to submit for any interest
,.,."t. : &o&.,.."' ., '"*! will (not say that the adjustment of power.1 saction. \ that her growth would overwhelm in J I i, whatever. No" interest ought to bo put in .competition -. -
iidtng aDd. Coatt 8 vVff. Lithe ,Convention which formed tho Constitution Upon the very first application of a yew time the Northern power. T;hp issue was with political: power. If it was.na onq
s J.r.o L. 1. '''D. I had direct rderencp to an equilibrium ; State for admission the jealousy between'\he therefore made ; and I :proceed to show by of the original parties to the ("ompA" he felt-
hp rin1.na..nt Coast Survey. between tbou'e .folding and: non slaveholding North and the South, in respect 10 rdatfve reference to the proceedings of the day that I himself bound in honor not'to submit '
,. States. If. so, chanced that ,by; the power in the Union manifested itself., The the real interest which love momentum to the I I The extension<< of the slave s'atcs, he says.
OFf(;& CO. COMMISSIONERS, j order iw Providence this equilibrium :,in!; fart I: occasion I allude to was: thu application o( issue was the balance of political power between I I nbriJgt'd the political power of the ,slaveJiclding
ST. JOIIKS COUKTT, > existed as nearly as J possible, and ;ns the I Kentucky. The "' mission of that Southern the slave and non-staveholding states ; States. No interest t. 'he continues ought to bu
.. .16th August 1850. 1 probability of any serious disturbance; :of it i State was delayed far a considerable! timo, Wd that the adjustment was made: upon this in compel iori wi.th police power. Wisely '
10 DOLLARS K y VA1t I' *rcm* not to have been apprehended,'It1 was I I that a countervailing State from tho North basis was understood, to extend to the Pacific said.if understood to apply to political. interests; s-
m u above reward *ill t. i 'J 'T such informs! not made a point. The rpo. and slavo;| States might b .prepared to accompany her into the ocean< and was forced upon the South by Northern ': fur pplUical power determines and control politicul -'
:a' UensomsyJeaaia the ttiat.ou.r and convie-! uera oqua ns nearly os an odd number Union. As i it is material! to establish the fact votes. As it is material to establish these' l interests at will : an ndmoiiitJon! deserving i
flea of the ID41'W ash 9* ledjndar.la who ty rn'Jf broke 'would. admits The North had the odd number of this early attention to the point of relative points beyond ai:5t: ..I.e..l.shall. refer largely to .I the,attention of Southern men now. And
.*. ?,mend rUou'f cf the railing from iefi| (. ..6cbestita and this gave her a slight'present' preponderance power of the sections I will read to the Senate tho 'contemporary proof*. I proceed, first to ,no. "liIu miI4ioni'lt" was &Jr. Kin. I cell-
Brtdfk" A deitrUcUon of'pul lic property ]I but tho South hod tho best founded the proof of it, furnished bv the Senator show that the considerations which moved the I I mire this proof of Northern spirit. Shall tho
So,entirely, : wotoaas that In question, la bellrveit to j j. expectations'growth, and there w'st therefore I from Kentucky (Mr. Chy.) it was during; north\in the Missouri controversy were political South bo blamed if she crmilntp* it ? Thoh
fi_"' sa rks"trel\'rrprthrn.IoD.'nd It (1.1 I no occasion tor aI&& .rn. This exuling :I tho discussion of the application of Maine for ; that political power was the; real motive ; stcrhiK-ssof the North was not tried for her.
Uertfort booed that ail! goojciuien will aa far sa may and admitted equilibrium and balance 1 Indistinctly admission that Mr. Clay took occasion to ml- and that thu preservation of the political power point was ;::linnl! Hut she has furnished the
1 L, baafibrdihidrald to>> bring the oflchderato luitiee. .adverted to in n letter of Mr. Madly! : vert'to,tha practice of having regard to tho eqUIlibrium of that portion of thu Uniun was an uvowca I I phrase fur tho occasion : the phrase that expresses 1
By order of tho Board of Co. Com I at lone n.PiCYZYL8TRA.Cletk ton to Mr. Edmund Randolph. upon tho subject of tho two sections. The debate object.' I II I Iho resolve applicable to nn unjust attempt .
of the proposed new organization, n.. may be found, !bv those who are curioui to The presence in the Northern mind: ; on that I at abridging the political power of ono
BotrJof CoU'ntytCommlssioners.' month before tho Convention cisembled. It I pursue I', in the National Intelligencer of Jan. I occasioh, of a !balance of political power, by I of the two srrcat sections-"BOVSD ix: IIOXOR nor'
.1 .. will bu found published ':in, the Volumes of the I 13, 1820. And I beg ,geijilemn to !bear in preserving the equilibrium of the sections in I TO SVBM1T."
Wo tfCC.SIX fcjadisoQ I Papers.. In discussing the prospect mind that in this, ailh.every other instance to respect to the numln-r of States, is shown by The gentleman: who may !be regarded as tho.
wwkf,.Uu 1 shall apply to the Ju.lgt of. of'inducing tbo States to maid their l Union which I w'iy! advert;, of a contest for political the fact that Maine UH. brought forward spe- Northern leader in house upon? th/ qjicsUon of
> sad for the County of fit, Lade for more inornate in its character, and lao Foderal power it was the NORTH which i took the Heldas cinlj to bitot\) :s3Ouri. Until !application tl e diy was Mr. Taylor, of 'New York. Ho
1 hum of Adnpbbtratloa upon the estate' of Joan Government' muro supremo, by a change tho champion ot an equilibrium of powerbetween of Missouri way pressed Massachusetts refused I moved the slavery restriction to tho Arkansas
Ill=xsa, deed. lata cf'aaliCounty.. i irt the jiririclpld' representation, which the two sections :. a separate existence to Maine. As a brief co- i territorial. !'bill,and war a prominent debater. ,t j
Jane ..d. 1853." 1 wlfrl"t.\.F:., RUSSELt.,. should regard tlio relative population of the "Mr. Clay. The State of Kentucky if he tem rlrY8tatel1\ent of: this fact; I will quote I After complaints the wish to'cxtend fho .
Stale* instead of their\ equality as sovereigns, was not egregiously) mistaken in the history of from a speech of Mr. Smjlh; of South Carolina, slave representation in Cojiges, he proceeds: ... "
j i iln-t will be '
tleo "
o hereby given applictuon be says: : the times, was delayed eighteen months before in the Senate made iii reply to Mr. Rufus to say : r
':. die 4.v Preebptedatttoagtegstioa esftdc fiMrmdttadmeau, to of the the act eu: incorporating ef St.An "The Northern States will be reconciled to I I she was permitted to come in, until Ver- Kier. \ I IM I "The majority may be in your hands. You, 1'
rests :,at the a A ttftttaf' of the Ctnirtl 7 Awembly It by-the actual superiority of their populous-I mont also was ready ; and the two States )Ir. Smith (in reply to the second speech of may have ihe power to pass such, laws ; but I
.i 1'ioeida: ,. nets: the Southern by their expected superior would be found connected together in the Mr. Rufus King) S.1111Mr.. President the pea j! bew.tru how you u*> it. Remember by whom,
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: 1 .1.---.$' promote our l equally lost to thtn.v I certainly erc'tn"the ti4 ; op the .busines oT Texas Boundary Bill. ADDRESS OF MAJOR BEARD.T .
S".,. ',\ i : : i N "' violation' I "\ (, rnlBt, tht'n. zo on na we have LCJunI I this meeting qjij |k many morc. -S\VC, 'It seems that there is a tolerably large opposition I We lay before our' readers the Address of

will( justify extrcma admitting sin Hutei; with, mid some without !.! think we may ffpHBt6'loc.number to be betweei -. to this Bill in the House and which\ it Maj. Beard to Iho freemen of Florid \Vat
m'iv bU comparJ to a lilly l'l'str ctio.1.'c havu already ndmiticd; five and saitii nd. It is also fair to hope they will all read it t. and
'Hume iwiissmn* of Lo'iinam: h ill pr l cip.tllyVcst of tho .Uis-I I sn" that whie'e! Confess disappointment nt will be rather difficult to appease. Muny of I t themselves
I ) of its
judge Its
.''& ;nny: b torgi i\'ii ; siippr. v.Liititit i:! any' restriction, fur the benefit ;I tho, comparative smallness of the crowd, yet tha Northern Representatives contend that no character. author is before ,

if l \ in( overlooked of our Stjuthernlifpthrcn. hanow de- this shonld be qualified by a considerationthalmativ part of New Mexico belongs to Texas, there i them for their suffrages. Ifho is a traitor they 1,,.

; Tim V. jj-s A Tr.juso.vs-: d.h.d:1I nJ'nlt,' Missouri with the restriction very naturial circumstances affected fore it is to for it.-Southern members will judge him ; if unworthy; .of their confj
NA;Ultn, IS DEVOID ro:. ,wit.in;t j ,\'IkW. jU! sotn'i in-asure, I trust, to tho the attendance. First Ihe Cherokee county J wrong pay dence. they will condemn him. True it is, be
BE srAXCF it l'l'a1.tit of N,|rthcrn brethren. Why I I, allege that the country east of the Rio I'
COilsiis's o'jr } may were out by thousands tho preceding week,* loves the South" .' and ,
oIVrH new ami: ui;\. "". ni.i: continue! ;,''in Ithf, sttfl: W.. admitting in Atlanta, attending the Agricultural Fair, I Grande belongs of right to Texas and fe at the I ; earnestly warmly up.

.:. ,.M../3.J ,,' as /<> C'TIH.' tit Sis: 0:1': r. ainst the! na-su-holdirig.ytates! : whare they were jaded and tired out by their t present time subject to the introduction of' holds her cause; would,wilh Vjggfeb.nrsistj.
: 1 l'I.(; a' J >! rjirut it ? and accommodation. at every ll:1znrdond lathe'last el jejbity*ihj
r(.."le exposure want Ne.xtt laves. Hence not vote
I they arc going money
n I .
".' / I I l our fodder saving is nut over is and more back I fanati i'8 ,who are moving Heaven"and earth to
i i: ".!!; I'a: P"fJ\'illJnc(, bidj\;: 'Gnlenic.n: abhor sectioml s of demarcitiuri ward, by ten or fifteen days, than last }year.( to buy land for the purpos9 of making a ruin her. Docs this make him a traitor .
l I : d. .\'J i in tb; .rcto-dof : b tw,va tit; diflferent descriptions ofjpopulutiun : Next,and most material, the counties most dis- free territory and the Soulttmlcwna Carta supported disunionlst -ft.,,.
,, .i ; )( pr 'ient JJec's..iliill ill the Uni.>n, nnl so do I. When ;If tant from Macor which were represented,have by Mr. Cabell, pledges Kim not to agree ? Does it disqualify him for the t'I

: oujij.nijinhs >the.NTt ul'lh. ihuy can be avoided, I would avoid them! But but recently held county meeting* nad sent j to boundary south of 36, 30 "moc TO Tits post of sentinel I and guardian of our interests at I
wo had: :then!) I lhn'I we'lnvj them! in relation to this subject nlready. .representatives of the masses at home. This j any' \Washington ? If the people so decide be itso

II)| )nr udvantatre, wo 1 .. Tho lineis i distinctly marked.: It i is, was especially true of some ot the Cherokee! ADJUSTMENT OF THE TCCRITOBIAL QUESTION t but deeply shall we. lament it.Ve shall" ...

) : CMiiplnto! nnncv: I confess( one of our misfortunes. But, sir it counties. But, !let this be as it mav, one thing Anotj/er party think that ten million Is* too, I lament it, not his
'. : -, .! nt Y.Vc ht ard i id uiia\'oiJnb1e.! Wo have heretofore found: it I that no unprejudiced man here will deny, that large a sum to give to Texas.. It appears to: on account, for the-post u .
& ; Niirjjh ;*vvo listened with: necessarynI proper I. observe it in 'tQrrniug this meeting, made up of our most substantial Vnder such a triangular resistance.'nothipg one which pcrsonally'he dfd not desire{ but on
: iipprehensionsofpo- I! St.tCIi: notth uf the Oio; without udmlHiD.1( country population, evinced a sense of the account of the State-on account cf the Sour
i jh id""ttVhh j cenero I nne) smith or 111' Oiin, with.th. : ,(tiIILTi3 I outrage upon our rights feeling of the declension but tqe support of the South will secure the I Ih.arn lest his defeat may deter others frora thatboM .

; : : ssnrv tQ save hur 'Slfi\'fH. so begun,.,.we must contimieon. of the party and safety of this Govern-* adjustment.-Sincjc the nbo\e was written wo frank manly and dcter inc ert .o(8otii.
: i" ioli Ins given her ." I II mont.so far as we are concerned, that tells I by the Telegraphic News >oft\\io\ Gcor-
: n'f w"1'! with' ,.1). It is will flOW pass to a letter of Mr. Shiw, of volumes of,tho workings of the public. mind- gian that the bulls i lost. -. them rights, without whJch,t eY ,
idrh LjLh3 Cite of the tho sl\m Stale, to his constituents, HI justififlguthstjli&fsavcry' i,Moot* Tribune. secured. Ia bis defeat too, the Stato will rspej

: e-'J' n 's.f9.1'9 111\:. : ,!n. J1.\Jot >. *reslric- ,. ., _, iiwRK- (rOmJ1er"b 0Df ghoanuicoiumcss I" .
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t .. c'" r" 0 U5T1 N tr" ""Bjhe dd "01 A'frien we. ave'beeD nuaO8TOUOnIO' tKT K eiroi
; dll : ,
t f\ and afterivards y'rely pending all.Issues,. andToader1circumstances.
: ( .NVo taMo-now'tho ':The opinion of,mutual interest i is the chain tiaLtijday. Sept. II, 15O.FOS favored with the following cxr>acDf.a'letterdated .** '
I IT which bmdi these States ,Change RIVSR Fla 3.1800.
: ; ',( ilr. BJI wo find together. "bDUJ Sept.
T. thi! opinion for one,that a section of this country Is he disunionist,T Read wlmt be says upon
) thu\ History of our last RRPil SENT TIVE TO CONGRESS. "The Brig Creed of Philadelphia for Mobile
i is hostile! to tho interest of another, and the Union' is consistent i with true' devotion Io '
(f vjrn'-hid us, through!
:: : JOHN BEARD loaded with Lime &c. .
LEO CO. Hay was lun on
trecorded lesson of;, distrust nri.l jealousy ensue ; make that hostility the South? Who aro.tkose: Southern
.__ meq who,
rim -r 4JJ m I J 1 shore about miles below the Inlet fire "
on on
"iiti rho If p1Ip.d J'', IInJ the, ,Union would! not last a ..
most Iofor.. the
cm-rgrney. profess Union? Is It
I I .- ); tosubordin'ito us :day. The slavehoMing States, like the.nonj FOR REPRESENTATIVE. TilE LEG- Saturday 24th, inst. The Capt. and passengerjsaved -, not
f tower, tvorfre -nou-io j sl.tViiholJtn:: States: aro alive to nil questions ISLATURE.3IATHCW their baggage ; but had to scuttle the Hounon Clay, who 'are. ever ready

: : : '.'"! And if tho-nttempt i that touch their property ; and!, however hu- SOLAXA.Thulriendl Brig to keep her from burning, Tho' wreckers to sa'crifice the$ouh for Northern popularity? .
: n new p.- rt' f rsu"h' !mili.Umg it may be to speak of human "being Think! of lhi*.Ficridi ,n anI Jl1lln1d. .
I I : are at work her but will not save ,
on ,
J \ tm principles of tho as property, ths constitution and law of! ; of Jlr. M. D., PAPY announce '.
: ( .defray th! rights of the :pur country consider the slaves!: of the South { him as a! candidate for the office of,Register or make. much, and what they do get wilt be Corr ?!:!: : of &t i1ritnt Guy'

} ; A FflSGgCcIIN| 'WHICH t as sue:,. Any question calculated to fleet (! of Public Lands. in a damaged condition." I Ncrjr sr.:* N.: VGIt,'July 18.50.. .

i : H''lJCYO\D'!: FOUGHT. could not but be regarded by our countrymen '- on
: '
I They teach Dr Telegraph.
CIli. ; IH, in _
: Our hands still sick. Virginia-AdtTntagcs of Florida S\ort
I of tho! south; with the utmost J alous-. Continue
t political \
f power t W.AsmnuTo, Sept.8th, A. M.
The of the L J T n j M BV. Crop / J349 a ,.lU: to the Sou/A
to calculate! the country west Mississippi; was purchased J x ejfeetef&e
I libcrly jr ] witlt:! the joint funds of the nation: ; all, ID Having been honored with a consldera. Passage. of the California Bill. In the House price tf Ccttcn upon .ths. fforfit-alundanet of

; 1 r throueh jha j reading of,' thcrcfo '. Had a joint interest in it. But the : ble space ia Mr. CABELL'S address to his con of Representatives yesterday the California ProvisionCrops nnd low fricet-unj/rofila'cfo I
I j!januMidiiKMt! : proposed by excluding slaves, Bill passed the House by 20 majority, including "
} RpHcchrs: :o stituents, together with a separate communica of Northern Agriculture -
tho of all
poivor( )IH between tlio I nhsatltl'h.Soutlicrri nnJ excluded u p-irl ot population tha Western State JhoI 1 1i lion and to use the language of Mr. Cabell,ocr the Territorial Bill for Utah. Among the most interesting features of tbo ,
l lJ5n
t'0'!' .:,frontrj\: ') rS\'.section*, i I (from that f-rtiU! : dumuti. This turnishcJ another abtcure"-" insignificant"selves! : being so demolished During the day 100 puns were fired, and at I transition tram ?outh to north is the obscrva

f I : !i|.ItR, took Iho prrund, I uround of distrust! ; besides, it cxhibiJ wo shall take until next week to gather night the city was illuminated in testimony of i; tion of tho s:.-".-* jf the rowing ;. In Florida

4 1 : t I SiHcs) 1J would bt-rombtoo' J I' (ted! a'spirit with: that monopoly hanmn and altogether good will incompatI so C!-- (, tho fragments and endeavor to pluck up a reply -. satisfaction felt by the ficnds.of. Bill-l f j .in the ir.stlito; c-f June the corn wus generally

!U the dtciiling! balance! : of th-j'ad-!pn vcr I j sential: in prt'scrviiis! the Union of the States;; .to. he lofty Representative, from Florida.APPOINTMENTS Democratic Meeting iu Marion County in ths mr ; i:: Suth Clirolina, a week
: 1 upon j
I jit created a distinction between slaveholdiug: 1 I later, I if \v 1 1. i 1 land nOIj\\!: hoJ hiq State*-a dstinctiyi i; : : { BY THE PRESIDENT. Pursuant to previous notice, a J large; prtkr3of the luk' t.f J:"e 'flnany'piece! not over a foot ,
nn\vlvnni.i : I
tiit los. of nhiscL'1ovou3 By anJ with the aisles an.! consent of Iks Senile. the Democratic Citizens of Murum County : $
} its
qin consent my rcpre.- : none 1 :;-h, D:). rJ" ..: i'!:',. une in Virginia: th3. ut
with those the ability to trace it on tho m \f of our I II II In a long list confirmations of the Senate convened in the Court House on Saturday! 3Ixt in Ji.V arJ.so' t
\4ee.t ;. progressively until in -
thJbonds of' tho old UnS- country.Vlm that regards! the anion of tire' we find the following from Florida : ult. for the jrpose of selecting n suitable! candidate ; 4II'
I NuriwmSl.w'urk
the first '
: / ; : ofroasttf.g
States tho which thaagitation appearance
r: can contemplate feelings
have ; I W. CALL Jr.. U. S. District:
we already :nnc. .I GEORUS Attorneyfor to represent them in the nest Lu Lhi-j!
Mm excited without CUS'DC ab first
of the
I It ,:!: question emotion the Northern District of Florida, and : PJ.taesT'ns ut 4
t flie' prcdoinlnanss rf ihe i ? And who, in reflcctiiii upon it, i is not WILLIAM R. HACKLEY, for the Southern. ,Dis ture. f of August,; making, the di1 rcncc'in scasoat'tuwnTr
." Mronjily; rrmindud of the admonition of tho I' On motion, Col. Pr.ovExce was called to the "
I ? Yarkubou' 75
( : a i' : : v& w Jays* !
Father"of his country, to 'frown with indignaj j II trict.ROBERT District i
I \Y |1lnip1iird : ,I lion the tir.-a dawning of an attempt to W. ALLSTOX Collector for the chair pro-tcmporc ar.J ntter briefly stating1! I Ainnj 'hc'f roduc-? whietxc'oid be m( t'pro-
i 'nceor| southern rr.- upon of St. Mark, Florida. the object of the meeting introducusl to .
of inhabitants this. -- fi Florida 4
\vfe I i I array one portion the ,. f fitably u shirp-M'North :m ore'

': nm(unfilicndh',; but! : 1: country nyainst an.ither: ?tI' 'Marion County. audience Major John Beard the Drrnocr'rc ,,rt.i.ecti P t\s.mclor.! ?, new potatoes. greet 'cjorb, y* *
1 rep : *'Anli l after all, whit rue this question to do candidate for who bapp"nci to befpfesect r :0
'It m ile limits"of Iho | congress tnnritoex, beets, &., which placed, early :ia ,
fr RWrs'itctrr ,tcoult with the pjrinripls of slavery! Our ancestors I It will bescen4>y the proceedings of a meeting I"jor.BeDrd arose and entrr ainrJ the market .
: 1t brought Ials unforiunatc race of beings iato in this county, that the Demoera'.s have biing extravagant prices. .
laj they? Sfll"osrd; il\ I meeting for an hour or more with an able: 1.
\ I
: \ oiir COUIlrn! Ihey have multiplied to nn alarming GEIGEE candidate ext t III Virginia the last of June they were 'fa 4
nominated ABRAHAM Esq.,
firfr lie!t.niralii Gorcrnmint.! t\e-j 'T'ere"ouJ exti'nt; they are .th: property of our fl.low.citizins j II !I His opponent is Gen. position of the principles of the two great the midst, of wheat: harvest, I should,judge
for the
Legislature. '
secured to them by the Const! political parties of the Unlonlrnct'f tlmir origin bo .
Agriculture to by no profitaWa ia
'ntJt'c in moans
fa ,
:, tuliml and laws of the United States. Their JOBS SCOTT, a strong man-the strongest of -
'I in lucid showed that secti.paland
I a manner | ,
!( the weight of this') Virginia and negroes hire at about 60 to ?&'
number fdrbiJs the iJea general emancipation. ; the party. Th resolutions show forth the true
: nnitJ knowing with: wit: in ', not political interest dcvided us at nr;<5- :: dollars who would be worth 8100
What, then, doos poli-y tequiro re.lat'on |, 'wish them per year 'per-
spirit and we speed. '
1 is Vftrango that i I to them? That we should prevent the j ent as a people-defined clearly the uU u year in Florida. I am not'soiprbcd teat \itKin'jns \

? thvy should POSERS wish; author- :. icrc.iso: by import-intion by tho most rigid 1 turn southern concession as consistent A .th haw ip sicch,numbers emigrated' to 'p
r., to pre- execution of tUc s'vercst penalties. This we Read civil concluded with
libery end a p'riotieappeal Florida tin ,-
tr1s .hereafter{ io bo nl-I'i and' had till of voting fur profitable employment oflbclrf
L pleasure
] nlf'-adr) prf.ventod I it in, I nrc attempting for a law ;at the late session inflicting the HOW THE NORTH TALKED IN 1821 J to the citizens! ot Marion to "af'd'cr >;rco on our fresh lands purchased at.an al*

I : ,'( ., &-.? And ujnt ,I i penalty of death, 'on any one nvicted of im- \WHEN THEIR SITUATION WAS SIMILAR fall 'with the delegated rights of the consUu- must nominal price isn ample' incentive to. -c

t hnt we should Mirink ,;:1! porting a lave into' the United! StleVhl1t TO OURS AT THE PRESENT TIME ,tion. I I exchange by which they can have the pr. ;1 p
I 'conduct of the
1 I ?Mnine i I'j nn and' Missouri or ,I I I does' humniiity 'demand within tho That we should limits confine of On our first page will be found an extract from. After the address Mr. Did Hnnettvas peel of increasing their eaprta!, at the expense,

J i I : ('ure rvtfref S'nts i7zall >the *.IavcholiiflgStates them forever : or suffer present the master I tho Speech of !Ir. Yulee, on tho subject of cleotcd to preside over the convention' and- J. sit is true, of very many enjoyments. and com- l.

II I Ol4i77 St(1! rin be form- : emigrate with his slaves into Western America the n'dmixsion of California into the Union. N. Yhitner chosen secretaryOn forts. Tr.c wonder to ind I Is, that' their cxaaj P.

i I it FII lYic :.n'Jlc" I I whi-re, from the c.\ient, the ftrtilitrnnd productions I We regret that ur columns will not admit motion a committee consisting i of Mess pic is not followed b) more. "1* vi

II :ichusetta : t : of tho, country, thy! mu>t b. moie of the publication of the whole -speech. We rs D. Province, J. Paine, II. Y. .Gn-.i, '8. Ifd-! j I have no question but that Florida is dfd.t \
II I .f Mi l i tenderly readers the stand taken vcston, W. D. Branch, B. F. Mt''e-, Ja*. ;
I rg: lnt.t n State. : co'udition$ nnwl|ioratcd." I give enough to show our d. Jly tie- most favorable field of emigration 1

I ,j :; t i- : 1 I I will.now re.-td: 'u passage from a speech by the North when Kentucky made application Weeks, Jno., Morrison, J. HaiJ J. M. !.-j- i! to tue you'.Vrn planter ,It i b conceded that Iti

fuHcrnpon! lopnw|' '!0.,, vIM:. IoLMucft3} sum: State ofMassachu- for admis ion. tash, D. A. Carter, J. C. Ellis l I.'. M DurancV: only i it: tiN cultivation of the Maples! ofjut* "I

c"ll attcntl*:ntoono, %Im- lefts: ,No langungoof Rhett or any other friend II. Crum, Wm. lleddiny, and D. Erri' i.s, wo ton, sugar, tobacco.! and hemp, thai slave !labor

I.I f ,: \!ijin';I l Iu trUliiionv? *:m thnl) :of nlihat' I tr'l,I tI''J'corhe''Diit' nITs division uny,,i U(upon singularly the question unfortunate oMave Southern right at the present day, In stronger appointed to nominate a candidate, for :::: as-1. 't* is peculiarly profitable and in all these:staples,

I ; I liC(.. that "in:' fulurn n<> lug; SjntcM could In mado to unite ugninst tho I was language Mr. Rufui .King Senator ofN. Tho committee after ft short absence ro- climate greater immunities from risk and ocidcnt _,t.

!: 1 i.r."mlltrd' Jill n rtnvc- rro..tre tli3 general interests of Dcltwurej Vork.'BnJ! Mr.; Taylor of thi same .State, turned and reported: Abraham: GJger, Esq j *. Lat fiosls no or affect our cotton

I, Hund'' to form a Lat.| I j I moro united! with IhoKO of Ocorirm Oltlo than Rend! what they ray and ask yourself If any ,as the nom mer.. Whcrn upon Col. Provence crop and by enhancing the pricuaigenetak
I oi moro
mwvlvfuih!;, Are iIi) intcrcstn ,'I
I \; cjie Jho"lItllol'lInfsc. ') \'. eoitfiifent'.( with M'lMnchiisetts tlinu Kentucky? I Southerner In 'the present congress hat laid at the Instance of tho committee introduced the r ly a blcsiiiig to our planters. *

I i,.. .11IIIW'tJl': ,t'JrJr1- Hlr, thn Impr( and protnt'ctit: of the North nnd mora following llcsllullon.vhich! were unanimous i I Tfao short crop of lu.it ywE walK}=

''h"m$ I t'lmll"1!! C(11l- K.ivt: nra interwoven" wit., tho prosponty of tIm H.it; the South then held on to the power ly adopted and which the candidate elect was twenty rdJli"'n galn! tho ,S?u'th as'tn e ra lI l-

t' ,p'l" In what' w re/snrv !"o prnv; that! Mouth nnd \\\1Itt t; and yet,wo havonrmid our which ihi/ had In her own hand, with the tame required to subscribe to, or withdraw from 'II l ling off cf the crop was not: moro than one )
*J -r onU-r.-J, ) I IntoIu' nil, It i H not. with them I
,. 1 'nfofn 1111r1(0111! pow pvlvi-rt, n ::"IIIt them North when places the nomination ReiahtJ, That iht Tfni yea: fourth '
lil. 'I nil "nrfHW"hII'rnlJ..l ofIUO ;I';t.'s
:., "ti''I. .f''hf1Ir t t.,1 tlltrJll t t .n'lIolnll' to hw% Ii'sl it s.fin"\',:' '\', PB.VK:, nXI 'I'. sel'( :. They con are changed! whnt would hnvo been the nctlon : recently acquired from Mezfco0aro nnd ujCht :I'doubled. *<*& .: .*.

( In.1r. ''If, ..JM)1 NUI'lh"rn) ."tdt4.thit *!JT it t\t\ hauling nn.l pruVfikliitf scones of in- cf lloro; Northern peoples, who were is to lo-ppcn as well (o cmigrution from tho I I lIthe prlcffof coltpp Is" kept up&tzw 11 .

1.19., j II$.1t fIl 1 nlli\lNIV f4l' I ellIb u'Ji'r It 1 hf."anm'vi" urrc-r.tni!( : nnd!) mi.".icrc, Thelc, lealnuny dominJuhal nndth'tlr (they Ih*nlI\ttL Abound in lowrt not jo tulmit 1jTho south ns,from tba north, arxj-that-any fofisla*'c1rsfclth! ... c. r .i=' \&f1O .. I

i- ",1 &lpTicn.t1t. 111\.1 un'lnllp' Acntiliinty. nr rouioiljnnd ihny have 'othil North hni rurlil.b loA, portion for tho loa which excludes'snttthnera 'with'proper r.1: forw tnem'tojwJih 09 h g 1.
mill Inducement (
M1t..nrhll' what you
: r ',4Plr1 ,:1'41,"'Lrl'nI1umJ,17rlrA tln'\t"K; : ": ,''utlllhIhn I I ; J.lllh.! ':? .? motive They( ,are nn \verd, Humanity( In the I South! thcr calculated the valut of tho Union ty| they constitutionally potwis will be op- let luck. The northern bu.1ncd'CGmmuaJir'

flO", of'.r 1 Ii",tt' Ill"o'nt: r'fJr'r tlr.". J Is \lull 1 uron: mun',' of htimnnlty, ileffki..s'ho! ask no such 1 they exhibited no signs of chtcken'hcart submhslnn pre svo( and fraught with deep and flagrant are beginning to foal uncomfortable under lha,

f' .(' (1.1(r ''I'C''. w1lh llnntur-nt' ,Jnn!(T In hii r.o.VI. .. "sacrifice, n! lu-f.: nlt-.tr. Cieate jfalousi. ; tint! how ill it becomes them to charge Injustice. present agitation and if wish It at an cod. .4
., r..t.t'F eIr4Iflfl; of op'i.If -nithur'i"piand( hatred*.et South disutiluniiH. tramgreuiona of Rttohtf That we will chccrfblly divide The ,
"nl' r"'IHI4. "h'1 J of civil ducord the as provisTun crops. of thu north this jcatj -
rn1a1,1 Ql't ( f I' ';t tI the Uanvs
.,1,1, ,.', f fflMnrlItic'tiF. In n .1\" .' lrIJ1-- d}: 't.tro111'3 Uubn-'in.1 your IHu'rlie[ arc thoso days required so may j very nbund Qt, and tbo harvest will to an ex.I
.sL, ,- ,"".n. .f ';", ";rrlnri' Mflir..it fen*. rr\n.-. Antl then wlfjn! will your laves find ![I were Bound in Honor not to submit why enjoy equally this common property ; ,and further |I tensive one; but the enly effect of this?ill.boI

"'T 1 T 1 ?.' \!' r'.rS X t4 otV Rorntr, I -'II. I tho! I r."e.i.nu 1 whlehyou h:1''v<'proirorcd,them! ot j is not the same position arc reversed? Tho (as a purchase of peace) wo will submit I a depression of the agricultural .lotereif ftad 4h. -

4 laimnwof, Hi'Uu.VifcT r' the. ""xp.-n-crnfyour own ? j jH.KvM I' South then cercised a generosity-tho same that southerners excluded from tho Territory low prices while they hare: no fAmine. ia Irt b-
., :: 'l'ruJsplkrn .Iln\1 fitly' po- I
flOe h..Wl'hllqt word. !
\ n'e'nIl,, 1ir1i-' |I'I.1 : Tru: and fit now as then! A Norlhertijinn I.I, generosity now on tho part of the north would noMh of 33' 30, much the larger share, if land to tqoffuny portion of the surplus, *ad

..." .. ;, 1'tttl'W"' ft. fJ' tall ;C. II \.'Pl I "t,- of truth n til I justice: uho spoke then, as !" settle difficulties.. It should be borne In permitted to emigrate to and enjoy with their it Is doubtful whether the western states wji

It : ,If Ihi H'ilh !n ''Irnp'r, ,,fl' of Iho'I' sMiS"itrjifrn m-jn cf this day shrink'fromfiroakiit :I I mind that when the South accccded to the property the small portion South of that line. more be compensated for the labor of bar rest

1. ::, 'r1"imrll'I' 1\., If r $ CIlL: chntge which. I ta'Mr. ; ?. IA'! !hlli1rr.. Northern him!! 0l! mfl.l that I, and his I Missouri compromise, she had the ascendency I Resolved, That while wo suffer. Southernersto lug their crop Agriculture at thO'North Jf ,.. -
('J.. ',' ",7'' "I rl.' .l'IIJ'll"1I"ffot\.1' !. .If' .. ,\.'''. intluenml w()nh l: J xhn penetrated Northern) feeling! Nut now | the power was in her hands, she yielded it to. bo excluded from the entire Territory north not profitable and a*,an evidence of tbls] act,".

T ". "' w1j.h nnhI i1'\I1.) wniUl b-othcrvStand! against: brother; and the! those circumstances If there is any Southerner 1 I of 35s 30, make a great concession-furthfir we the average income of Northern ,farmer. .wilt I

lI.-I,. 'f.I f' ",.t.'t.nehtI, r1"v If;r $'uT.s's. Is1'F., J l ln.4I 'wa drea-l! ('f civil 1 discord nnd 'a broken. Union j tarns enough to bo a submistanist let the fingerof cannot recede.without vile submission and dis. notexceed 3 per cent of their. Farming

i.',..."1\..".'I.,,' Ihp' r- .<'i1fl9. 4f n ,1In.I.I Arkatitrr ') 14) shnila-thn 1 hearts oY patriotd.I scorn point at him.Territory. honor-at ?6J 30, we will stand or'fallMr. land are worth in prosperous portion*of thj! .I.
c rcstrhJU i hi thJ : Geigers cordial assent being given to the ,
: "' 'l country fifty dollars and does,
"h':'h" : ) i MACOX.-The meeting per acre. corn
11111\1.% I i 'Tnc MAS* of Colorado. foregoing .Resolutions-, his nomination wa doeraot
1.r"'l :"'.:.IInr! t1 tt \ h.\\(%. t.u t. cur ii i: this! placu! of the fl tends (Southern Rights usally bring over 60 cenUperbuxM U'

.\\'i ,1\,1 1 jll' r\l"t.!c. f''l'tI; (I! It J"r"p' tr:3' ,t t CIlI1un1I.Th! lrt\. 1 As tQ the number present An amendment. to the Texas Boundary Bill confirmed by the Convention. wheat over $1, oats 35 cents, Irish potojof $ItI

\ c(; '1)0'" "flI trrr4.r'i'' \f; '.t kr Ih13,11101: : there i is much contrariety ot opinion of ; i* offered in the HOUSR proposing create a I And on motion the meeting adjourned. cent, butter Hi cent, hay $5 per too &c. Hit i I
,,1 r' ,"'r1lI nfl (urlll ,ling- : statement midt! ; by o'Iu.of. those '
( 'II"tr} courts.One DAVID ENNESS Prca't it is
4r asked
iFrt 1' "i'; t1n3t.1P 10 ; .i.f t)31rrnuturv tcjAw.whom xvc cannot classify nsa partytDft" territory south of the parallel of 36 north why so many fgilov. agricoltura

(t..I*, .io'nr'r Ti& flf 1 bOIINn, r.tMr'M' 1 n-j* says nine hundred and ninety werel pre- latitude, in California, to be called Colorado J. WHTTSER_ Sec. the answer it,that they cannot help.theouelre,
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tft for 1hf '1" IluIl pt'nvJllan1t I I heard \lcm Rt!* ftn n(1"i1 ( it under.t- .- W All other branches business and ,
.- 'nlri"' r rh'. sent. We have ; tThe inhabitants thw territory, w !: --- -- I are fUll they

r..'.r. ,.,'n-.11irfmfl.",( TIv'? ,1'', nrc"tscctioni 011I. .!I bcr malie'b)' others ()tho same unsymphnthiziftg .'*tOO!, Invc never desired a conr.'xion with received military a few Blacking.dora Render Leather ira- must work or starve ; and ,want,a.more, powerful
hundred to twoi
4.-. "*.i'.f' wi I', iilrj11fI4,1cliflLr; 1 MI.11fr.to- ":'\(, ranuin from fifteen Bat gentleman of : (California.. Tuke off this new territory from ',JUT to water sail gives the surface an Elegant muster than slave overseer crofr-thed3
'I .j'A! r"h"!: :. ..,,..;nn.l1.. ; ';, ,!'n" !I IVl't11.rv nun1.1'I"1t! I'r i the thouan Whig; p-irtv Wo h:1\'e\hcartJ sitting\ on tin stage, which] ; i'aroni iJt And she has then n bouadary'ont tie qualities polish without destroying itoft supple. and el j. to work' early and late. Shut up.sim.iflbb, .

; .' "M.ir.r..t. n. ,'! hurdt)") "ill. .l lPTrPI he I 1 comrmncd:! a fair view of the assembly, coun- t the. .Pncific 3S, grct as the distance from tho. ReccomrncBded fnr Haraetea Carriages, &e. winter, obliged to procure fuel for themselveVand ,
"9 I""I Jr-'_ ." ". rf'C. 111rru""t't: l'.. : 'rtaI1l 1, '10 n I'' t1 tin besichc* twice overand in that way North.Carolina! .I line to the1assacbustt l AtK, tai1. p. E. CARL forage for their domestic animib, with
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_p d corapetiiion; in rcry, tbsrnei'es 'I Dr. ...Tiio City df i*. Aususlnc, Florida, 'noc nnt cwirreatwllj Clias. 'r''FR>>sr COURT: EASTERN CIRCUIT Florida. Land Agenrj.IHB .(

t closesteconomy: for1ufzprthersaFziqertomakeThe (\ .t IIaucrVTrea1nr,'Ia The quarter commenclncand Monday' FLORIDA. V I TI undersigned as Agent for the respective .
I 1. ; ..dendiuff second Wotidayol: Au5u, 150. "May.1 SrKIXe TERM. r"p=lttora! o Jcr for sale on exceedingly I reasonable -
two ends of the ___ ,___ _
*"'- ----.-.---"---- -.- 1\ --- -r VVVV- - If .-.. and' yet theta hard-puijjed-to-live 850. J8SO. .1.I)nyille,on the third Tuesday in April. of the moat valuable Cotton, Sugar and Tobacco

n a n disiretstojr-Inetnselves about the V,May 20, To amount paid Joseph An May 13. By balance on hand: hut. t t. For the county of Putnam, at Filatka< second Tuea-' lands in tha State.IN .

dreu fut :iFish market quarter, 8-13 581 d lay in :April TU E ARREDONDO GRANT. ?
of well-fed well cloibcd and repairing
4ts our. < For the of Marion Ocala fourth Monday
county ,at
and furnishing matcriil,Vo. no. 1 83 35 V ,August 13 amount received from I if ALACQCA COUSTT. '
; .orksd4Mavcs. June 13. .' II paid P.; C. ZyUtra t : ,City ')Marshal'Taxes: on slaves ''April. T 9. R 18 ; Sections 11.14,15,22,23,54,35.27.
: VOY A GEUR. formcdlrincs (or the sick and \ carriages for 1850, 27 25 J'r the Counties of Alachua and Lvyat New- In 9," 19 ; |" *2,3. 8, 10, 11, 13. IS. 14.33.:- .
"V V 9':6l '* .. 4'V amount received Beef t]lansville, first Monday in May. I 34,35.30.18,31.17,37,5. I
'MAi.LARRANOF.MtNT8. poor, (2.. ) V stalls Vo9. 7M 81 00 For the County of Columbia, at Alligator, on the 69.
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...bn aad Tbanjarp by.12 JM. 3iItB.U pail Bnrtolo Sejtui U a (.. received Licences ., ecohd Monday of May. Ia"3.30 ; 19.23.26,37,29,29,30,32,
do'> d .'.1'. at J 11 M.ifollce. VV to,dig ditches from Mrs. Smith to I nmount V I For the county of Nassau at Nassau C. II.,on the 33,34. .
II :- the Court House,ind,the one, from 8'25'> _. I .1 .e issued u nmount tu merchants. :received(10.) V Licos .03 I II IV ,tVednesday before the fourth Monday May. ; In 9" 21 ,; 15. 19,20,81,22,88, 29,J30.
I' the Fort to the Cubo (3.) I For the county of Duval, at Jacksonville on th.iurth 323334.
LICATION will be mad to tar next sresiobol August 12. '4 paid Chit Haager t, I issued: to.retailers v of spirit.. tI Monday of May. In 10" 18 ; 23,10.11.15,22,23,26,27,.

the Icfgfafctnrc for an act. of ..iacorporationIM I I' for services as Clerk of Council I uousLiqnoM, <11.) 18 00 'For the Coanty of St. John's, at St. Augustine, 343536. V

Ejt71uriLi Fire, Life and Marine Mutual 3dqr. (4.) 12r0M .t.I .<. ., ., tc! m thcKcond! Monday in June. In" 10 19 ; 7817192030. .
Company to be located at"St. Augnstine, 'I I M M M pnid Pedro Benet for V : ,.:;., .'::." I. &r FILL TX1M. In" 10" 20 ; 13.14,16,23,29. i' ..
tbaaklcg. privileges. servicer as Senvcnuer. (5. 15 00 ); 1 For the conatiea Orange and St. Lucie!, Tuesday In" 10" '21 ; 1.2,3., 5.6,7,1,9,10,11.
S, 1850. M U u u paid F. p. Ferreira for V V ; V I 1 fore the firri Monday of November. 12,13,14,15, 18,22,21 ftS. .
Marshal and t ; t .10" 10 23 18, ID.!)
Kotice services ns City V For the county of Putnam, atI'Iatka, the second j
|1 perSOBlB fctvlng any claims or demands Clerk of the Jtfarket.Sd qr. !6.) S8J 50H I . ,: .. f. Fuesdsy before the first Monday of Norember. I Ifi" 11" IS ; 24.
tjsiut the estate of HXJTKV KLOKKI, late of St. .. M M paid Ancient City for 'j" -" 1 I For the county of S ohn"*, on the first Monday la" 11 .19 ;,14.1S,17.1j

__; deceased,fs creditors' heirs,legatees,or otherS printing, '('I.) '760 I inN.T mber. } I' 21,23,30. .
i are hfte1P.r. otlfied to present them to the ubMrwltaiB U .. &I .e paid B. E. Carr on account |" VV For the county of. Nassau, Thursday before the I 20 ; 7. 18 20, 23,2<1. E 1-2 of 23.

: two years from the date' hereof or they of Fire Engine (8.) ,-.100,00. .!i"I .; I;bird Monday of November. i I I \ 27,28,33N1-2o(36- .
11* fottvrr barred. ADd persons indebted to the I ; For the county of Dues), en th'third Monday of I fa"ll"2l' ; II 1.3.3,10, .
imeit Treasurer's'cOm: million. ,. :!-: ', ... l"';, V. >'.1 ]November, 19.20.21. 27,23,29.30,33. '.
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,j P. JBJUplER, Admmistrator., On $171,25-recclvedn. 21 per (".fj;,/,' :;.. For the county( M rica i ,.on '!Ja&m.OIl .Idl&Thnhfr.rjg :, '..' t .......' .-:..... v- ',...3S.3_, _6.. ..... .
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-I < : 110.' :. 4cePfa. '.... .a... jfJT > "ii MJ.! jSiffyu.Forthe r .r;: ,; { > 'ter.

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Counry: of'ST.:"Johns (or !f in: _. Forth. county of Columbia! on the third Monday' .'Ia" 12" IS.. 4' J' 3. 10. It.19. I..,. 15 .
ft'f' 'to CoBgresa.a: Register of Public Balance hand. V .13 13!. :in December. [ In"12- 19 ; 4. 2, 6. 11, 12. 15. 16I8i3. \
The U.S. District Court at St. Augustine, on the .
20,21,22.23,24. ,
... Sit MC.Member of the UQUfe of R.epre-I t V V V W
0f .e (general AuemVly pf the State,.. I $214831' V .lr.tIon4yin. _: April Iii 12"' 20 ; E 3.' of 1, 3, 5C, 7,'. ,10),

I HAAQER --rrl'\surer. I! 'Va luablePlantailonsWlidLnudo V ,11,14,16.17,18,22,24. \
gnttutt l'reiae-At the Conif Bouse.-I f t. Augustine, K. F. August 12, 1850 CHA 'ity '&c. in JEast Florida. In 12 26 ; 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12, ISA. 15. .

fI, Jacob ilickler, JauieaM. Gould Roqac Examine4 and Passed in Council, and ordered to be publishf'd BENbT ;Mayor : undersigned as Agent for the respective- "I .. 21,22,23,24.! 1
PEDRO rrotqn.j T "
ard1. August 19th, 1850 prietors, offers fur sale the following lands,to n 12 ; 71819.
PrkIaet-&t the IIou..e of Jams RU.ttat I j-ptjl BijaMMSjiiniJiJMiHsas iiaMMs i asls i sr'_ < ****-_*j-* SS 'S ". i "'"' "-' *'"** "I M" U wit, : That well known and extremely valuable Plantation ; GEO. R. FAIRBANKS" .

*, JtweaRri, Samuel Arty,George Coole SCHOOL FUND.V, I II' call d\b. Bulow Plantation at the head .{' St. Augustine Feb. 16, 1850. -

tt l'"tiad.-II.t tb o House of. Abrahnralospectoni Florida, Hi account current ,with ChaS. :Halifax Hirer, formerly occupied and planted by the I .
The of St. Anffnstinc. .
Dr. city
to ,.Abraham! Dopont Francb J'll.) In the quarter l'Ionduy of May, late John J. Bulow with a force of 300 hands: suitable I AGENCY. :
r,Junes r Hicwte ... I'1 Hoajcr Treasurer second Monday of nj J"ctlttA.2od. Cr. II I for both Sujar and Cotton and advantageously located or
the house of FranclsT 1850 Dud ending _. __" FITCH'S
M Fids I'rtc'vfl-nt T -==:::a on navigable: waters. It lies upon the coan'abouf DR. CELEBRATED
Inspectors F. L. Dancy, John B. F.rreira, 1 I I II 1850. I''forty miles! south of St. Aursstint'lft.J contains about MEDICINES.
... sa. I 1850. :4000 iMmcnary J7alsatn Depurative Sjrrnp, V
.D.1 hand f 39 49 May 13. By balance on hand: hLSt. acres.
wt duf my bud at the city of St. Aujustine"ibe Aug. 13. To balance on V 839 t A'.so.two! thousand acres adjoining the lat described Pectoral t Expectorant, Heart Corrector ..
V feh day September. 1850. I quarter : f lands,being the Pdlicier Grant in Graham'swamp. Pulmonary Liniment, Humor Corrector V

G. UUHrllR.EYdJltdge ofl'robate' HAAGER City Treasurer, Also the .Spruce: Creek Plantation containg 999 Pure and Medicinal Cod Liver Oil,
St. Johns County., I St.Augustifle. Aug. 12, 1850. < CKA8. .' I acres suitable for Sugar culture and near to navigation Anti.D} ptie :Mixture, Cough and.Cathartic Pills,

OTICE- Is hereby cine that an electioc: wlll.bebe EJ"miued and passed m Couni1 and ordered to he published.Aurust PEDW BENET Mayor Protem.Chancery about 70 miles south of St. Augustine, near Nervine, Female PilU .;

held on the firrt Monday in October next at j, ---...- mh. "18 O. I New .nyrna. I :Vermifuge, Female Specific, &,c, &.c.,
t iocU within that portion uf Aucocsty. !_ _ _'---- ___V -- -' -- Also the Mount Ojwald Plantation on halifax Ujtd by hiLl conttantlf and with unprecedented I :
Sowiagpr .
the Sale. I Notice. River about 50 miles south of St. Augustine, near the success in the treatment of '
.onnerly tnsmber belonging of the House to of county Rrpresonta-St. and by vritue of a decree of the Court of! Six Months afteKdate I shall present my account of j coast: formerly planted in Sugarby the late Geo. An- Cold, Coughs, Conintuption, Asthma Heart ,
for one of the estate i /
*, 1flnder and .aaXAdmintgtralrix
i of the General Assembly of the -State of Fj. holdcn in and for the County of Stj I Charles. \ ,deceased to the Judge of Probate I.I.I derson, and now the property Joseph Lauton containing DUca.vw, Uyr-pppsia Scrofula Skin Diseases,
.. ) VddIu Johns Florida made on the 22 day of \11ylalt.,in the for final settlement of,said 1900 acres.Also Khrumatigin, Female Complaints, 0-
PttriJfctAthe Coart lfot1ee.to- case wherein Joscpha Gue Administratrix oC the K"* of Alachua County a apply for letters of I I 1000 acres south"of New Smyrna: in Turn- Piles, &c. &.C.
and the eameHime
SxnUlaus Glinski, Louis, II. UossignoU tate of Francu: Goe, deed Is complaint and B. E. :estate at of which all bulls swamp, being the north half of the Rosette Dr. Filcb'n imcquallcd- Patent
1'1. such
1)1,1" i Carr, ouJ others Creditors of said Estate are defendants .i!dismiMJon in as said estate Administratrix will ,.takejjotice.I personainurcstcd Grant well timbered and near navigation. Silver V Plated Abdominal' /

the hou e George Carter Weal eVe tf Rirrr and tame directed, bhall as.special Master I I MARY McMAIN.Jldminbtratrix. Alec! forty thousand acres on the S\.' Johns River Supporters. I
Johc -this precinct fubttltatcd' for Magnolia '!I expose to sale in the mode manner and extent pro .. I between Lake George and Like Monroe, consisting ->r. Fitch1 Improved Plated / V
I'yided in'said decree, before the Court House in the ,valuable pine, hammock and timbered lands. \\n various Steel Spring Shoulder Brace.Dr. /

t.cet".,,. Nathan Norton GiJeon Yelrengttlneea 1 I City of St. Augtutine, on Monday the 7th day.of October June 1st. 1850. tracts. FU I1'* Silver Inhaling,

ioehke.. V I next between the hour of 10 and 2 of that day. Ta Collector Sale. Also 3000 acres i in Alacliua! ccuaty, suitable for Tub '. > 7

under myhpnd, at the City. of St. Augutine the following real E tate assets of the Estate of Francis y virtue of the power vested in me by !law, I. Cotton or Sugar. DR. FITCH'S CELEBRATED ;&C -
llu day Augmt. IrvO. I Ou?. deed situate lylria;; and beinj in the City of iii, shall expose for sale before the Court Also GO'J acres in Columbia County goo:! pinelands LECTURES / \

V -t;. HUMPHREYS .Judpe of Probate. St. Aujujtlnc in said County of St. Johns.to wit House door in the city of St. Aaga tint on the first on the Santa Fe River. O!, THE PREVERTI05 ASD CUE Of

St. John*County'. I A House end lot comer of Charlolte.llc pit&laDd Monday in October next the following described Apply for terms particulars. &c. to Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of the

I I Bridg-j Street property, or to much thereof as will pay .the State GCO. FAIRBANKS., Heart, tf-e.,and on the mttitod Notice. I A Lot of ground corner 01' G4"t'rgeand Partner andCoanty tar due thereon for the year 1819. find Agent for the purchase and:!sale of Lands:: llrallk and litauty to an
'X weeks ater I to the ofJTrobam Nos. '9-11-13 15 at Payment of A'on ReaiJcnt: Taxes,&c. >
Jstc tih-ll'rr1y Judge : Street and: furlots of ground the necessary expenses: incident then-to,'vix : Eight ,leI aCt./
U u 4 fair the Coaaty cf Et Liiri, \ (or Point. V K<-t.n St. AnguMine.! Feb 22, iPSO. .. .
i Seguis. V hundred acrss of land supposed:: to belong to This Book should be in every family. 1 o the Con. ..
.f Administration upon the cctete ci F :\1.\\K. RApnAELB. CANOVXof Towlend.a nonresldeM.situatedm.thKcdurity. oft I I. .r If otlcc.&JSX I umptive it points o'lt tin only reasonable hops for

.v, deod.. Jte of Mid Cvuntv. I' I Sh.rifI' St. Johns Coanty and Special Johns, State of Florida, being the same piece1 of I moiltln. afufr date: we shall present our 1I relief. To inothe'n.lhe directions it gives for the car..
W1LLIA5T RU5&CLL. Master in Chancery. land that was allotted to Mary M.' Dunham: "* her I J9 Accounts and Vouchers Executors of the Estate and .education of Children arc invaluable. 8,000 V

.2d. 15O.- I 3"J. Auut 1850.Otlcc hare of her fader's Estate at NewSwiucrlandnnd i Richard, Wtih: 1an dec'd. to the lIon.Judge copies of this Book Iwye passed through the press and

Not re. I m fi hereby &fiveo, that ax months after boonded: on the West by the Rirer St. Johns Wlpal'U'rinl I of Probate of St. John's County for a final settle II the sale. continues unabated. r
V TX :.idnttu afirr data 1 tball prer-eat my -acceuata 1" J'te "'C'Till present to the Judge of Probateof thereon in front 18 chains and 30 links, on the men;, and shall at the same time apply for letters oC For Hale bnJS. S. FITCH $ CO.,707 V I'

and vouchers as Adiaiaiuiatilx: of the St. Tohns County, for settlement; and allowance, North,by lands of Louisa Fatio on the East by vacant Dismission as such Executors, of which all persons / Broadcaj, New NDrl;j and V
ite of William Uibbuns, deceased, to the Hon. our accounts as Executor's of the Last Will and lands, and on the South by lands formerly own"ed interested in said Estate will take notice.JOHNM.FONTANB. CT DR. FITCH'S GPTDE TO INVALIDS, or Directions
of Probate of Aiatbua.Couaty, fair a final Testament of 1r deceased by Eleonora.Colt. )
Mary 1eJ. and as Testamentary 1 to/p rson using Dr. Fitch's Remedies
Jaeat siesta Estate, and ,b&lllt the same tune, Guardian of tier children and further notice Unless Taxes and expenses V are paid before the day I R. IJ. FONTANE.r.xecutors.\ to boliadi] yratit of all! his Agents.! All
I fer Letters Dismission. Such Adm'niatraofwkkh of sale. I Jan 11850. ,
ishrety.4tiTcn.thalwe: will at the .mt"timt! apply V kcpton hand ( his 't.
by Ajrcnts *
all persons iuUrtated in said Ettatsuke te the said J' !Ige.' for our final. discharge, ac such Ex. R. B. C NOVA. Sheriff and e-off. STABILTTi'-StCUJU'fVP.EIUJ.ETU. J'l'Y. Aug. 31 R. R. REn&CO.Pilaika.WHOLESALE :
a Assessor and St. Johns
notice. ecntor'e and qi.1arJitn.. -V Tax Collector ell
ANN. JOHNS. Administratrix. <, Foorrtwo TRIIY Exec and Tcafry Guardian., Ayril 27, 1850. AND RETAIL.
FtrP3. PXXVATT, Agent.' I
.LtNtO OI.LIVK-S, r.ue.and GuardianBy
Test'ry Eastern Judicial Circuit ol tho COMPANY B. E. CJflRB .
...Mrit1t,F11.JUD' 3d.1850. G. N. Pan
Au-iutint '6 lesO.NOTICE. : gent. State of Florda, Circuit Court of OF NEW YOltK-NO.35 WALL St., Y RECENT ARRIVALS the subscriber has .
St. April *
aPROCLAIAT1ON t ._'. --, St. Johns County. mi ET Accumulated .Fund. Nuv.1st. 1849.! 8900I. .- his customary supply Groceries, Shelf Goods
tAct GoortAeWe If.Fiovfa.HEA. - -- IN CHANCERY. et 000,securely invested in Bondi and Mortgage &.c. usually,krpt at his well known establishment. I

.$ it 'required by law 1h.t1& ,3.o.l i To Claimant Bounty Laud. on real estate in this city and Brooklyn and stocks :The attention Private families! and the Trarfe i-o- I
tloubceiilu this State on the lint Monday | mHE: UNDERSIGNED proposes .to obtnin j Benet Administrator of) of the State"and City of' New York and United Hefted to oar extensive assortment. Articles enume. .
rnPzt.' 1i Register of Public Lanfls.to bold the Estate of F. P. Sanchez rated below below can be had in
JL W uinuts, for>> lands fur all claimants who J States Government. original packacea
Teats,ana vad*",bit* rucceasor shall be elected. .and t will be emiiled,.thereto, under the Act now before deed.Frielander, for the use of Aahron Bill for Account, This find is rapidly increasing by a widely extended and at retail.
"I J W when the' have Marshaling Awt, and prosperous business. \S.-Younl hilton Old Hyson Gunpowder
; ;ltrtWlkrtd., That the said election Congress snmo shall pass Against and Distribution of Imperial.Twankay, Pouchong !
t* I i The Company declared a diviJend ol profits of flu- Souchong
I'd.nnd become Jaw for tho moderate
said first'ftlonday a sun. of George McAllister claim- the Estate of Java
the Peter Green
I for throughout the'Plateen i I ty-two per cent on all existing policies on the 31et Greund do. Mocha do. .
DOLLARS for each Warrant
October Dut,according tc:law > FIVE when 01>- ,lag to be Executor Joseph Mitcbel.decd.Peter ofJanuary. 1849. Rio.Cuba do.Chocolate, Cocoa and Cocoa Paste. ., >

- Given under, Land and the Great Seal ,"tainod.The.oljoct. I LODlwortb,decd..and others. All the Profits are divided among SOAP.-Shaving:; White tented.Brown, and Vtr1 1
V of the State of Florida at the Capitol of this )notice is to give to claimants Defendants. tile Insured.The legated do.SPICE3.. .

, ] in TtUalNe this 15th day of July nt. jpjiortunitjjL, of procuring warrants at in cash ., Race V
appearing by Affidr.vit in this Court, that De premiums payable annually, seci Gingfr ; Ground,; black pepper .
A. D. 1659 THOMAS: JTROWN. the kist i 1.l1ssiblc't"XjJcnsc.1.ho IT fendant. George \V. McAllister liring at ,.1J, annually or quarterly, iutt ret being added on the Pimento Nutmeg. Cloves, Mac.. Cinnamon .
.... Governor of Florida.irtl .. wishing to secure thq services of the resides beyond the limits of the State Florida, viz.. deferred payments. Arrow Soot Vcrmecelli Macdaroni, Curry Powder.
, thi GoyerucrLtiet undersigned! will call at his office, or address in the State Georgia, Th,:cuh principle adopted by this Company: seiuris Mustard in jars and bottles.

,. .. CIFDOWNINO, ... him by It-tier and prompt attention will be It ia therefore,on motion of Wm, A. Forward' Solicitor to*the parties for whose benefit the insurance FRUIT. Boom.1.flltCatet.! and Sultana Raiij : ..
Secretary cffi'lt. tivrn; to their claims.. :: < Ordered that 'publication be made in are effected the whole of the, advantages, without Zante currants soft shell! Almonds ; Smyrna Figs*

taly 1Ct8SUDal4N I PHILIP FRASER. some. Newspaper printed in the Eastern Circuit subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated -I Sicily Filbert,Madeira %Walnuta,Brazil Na:. Genoa
Ia the &a.\Q"'i'i"Ia\ until JoY, of eleeJ. Attorney at Law. of FloridaV for four months successively from this premium' 'notes. f Citron. V; -

Jacksonville. E. Flo.,.July 15th, 1850. date, requiring aid George, W. McAllister to pleads Persons may effect insuranc on their owa lives CANDLES. Common Sperm and Tallow, anti .
DIcK, rl linker, answer,or demur to said Bill,or the same will be ta- and the lives of others. A married woman can incur S'kk, '
V I H nix XATTKS: or THE oirn IIl'fSR' r or lUOSALIXL. ken pro CnJ'",. the life other hWlband.'th: benefits of which are aasorj *'
1'COUNSELLOR AltO ALUIDO PrarALLXIKOX: V THOS. DOUGLAS Judge secured by law for the exclusive use of herself: or chil PICKLES SAUCES &e.-PickIei.! ia V .
V tjc., V. half gall glass Jars, Do Do. bottles V "
-A'If LA IV. Capers, Olives.
GABL. dren.
. hues or 1'cxr ALL-Dcco. ) Certified be a true Copy. .
c-JfccxsojtvrtLX' t:. FLA. 1 Probate Office Si: Johns COunty. Witness V and all others salaries Mushroom Catsup Tomato do, Fish sauce, assorted
my Hand and the Seal at eaidL Clergymen dependent upon kind., Pepper do. Staughton Bitten
ILl P'ct1et i jn he Courts of the Eastern Of tool t, I Saturday 18th. May 1850. [ S.) avail themselves of Lemon Syrup '
JJeatea & <* Court, the 15tb July. 1850. are specially invited ro are-I Sugar of Lemons, West India SaHd Od .. ,. .
t 'nt7 of.the. Middle. Circuit them, ia |gj ARAH P. ANDERSON hiring this'day, II ._ P. B. DUMAS. source whereby their surviving smiles' may be A nc h OTles.. preserve? *.*. .-: f-?"* -"".4- :;;'': .
Cirevij4ja 3 Testamentary GuazdianofRcswg L. PzarALL, : CUrl C. C.&. / 1u .cosaw rom the evils.of penury. V :;'V .. It
.. ..... .Ddltk" 1Jijkd J'tii ALTOCD O. PIXTAL, preaeniedhrr accounts,JOT JII'O'I SO. Pamphietsexplanatory of principles of Mutual TOBACCO. Cavandish. Ladies twist Paper Tobacco :

-,- .r.,.. "&It tra:D ti settlement and*allowance and It appearing, that the Life Insurance, and illustrating it, advantage. with Macabor Snuff Scotch do, Regalia Cigars -
wl. proecnti' ela1ii1"'apin i i thellultedtIioDepwnentsztWuh. hata not| (as i)by law required) given notice,of her' OFFICE CO. COMMISSIONERS, J forms application:>> ,may be obtained at the offico .or Principe Jo, Common do. :. V .

wcrtw and intention to present the ,same- & Ordered) that all Sr. JOBIS ('OU8TT, > the Company, 35 Wall at.. or of any of' its ..:ect.. LIQ ORS. Brandy, Otard Duupy & Co. do.
!! per.on.ln any wise Interested ia the Estates of the 16th August, '1850. ) TRUSTEES Bordeaux Spirits Jamaica.RumOld Nation Do 1 t*
beau at JaekaonTin for ltft,he will Eivtt said Rosalie L. Perpall and Alfed 0. Perpall; having 10 DOLLARS REWARD Jos B Collins, David C Colden. 4 proof Gin, Holland. Do Skirdbam Whiskey Do. .
fwin nl retnittinc attention to his profession objections to tnal e to the Allowance of the said guar above& reward will be paid for such informa, Wm J Hyslop Alfred Edwards Scotch, a fine article Assorted Liquors. )

i t.atttatioft.. I, aamr,before this Coon; on or before .the 29tbu day of of the individual or individuals who recently broke, Ered Winston, V Joseph Blunt. edUce Malaga, Sherry Pale: It. Brown Duff Gordon V t.I I

- V "I."Acfoatlar, Aofst 31. 1 850. July next, at 10.o'clock in ths forenoon. It ia fur. and frmoved portions of the railiag from the St. Senbastian ,, I. C W Faber, bane G Pearson ? ] & Co. Chsirpiigns.Hock, Sparkling vintage 1832.
TUB JKAGHO LIA.' 4 f the ordered to the end that such notice be afforded ; Bridge. A destruction of public propertyso John P Yelvirton Henry Wells, !I I,; Vinegar Bordeaux Porter London, in pts. and qu .1 .f,
THIS Mta lishmeat the mostfloated deaIrabyL the. a certified copy of this order be published in theM entirely wanton as that in question, I. believed to 1 1 Theo Sedgwick U.m'foor,;. 4I London and Leith Ale ; Beer.OILS. .
of aay in the City baring apromiaadt Ancitnt Citf" News Paper for eight wetka eoarecutiwty have been,menu the Everest rrprehension,and it U I| ; Stacy B CoIling. Zebedee Cook '. Olin Sperm, Seal. Ccd und Castor,'
. of X75 feet'facing.South, and a street and that copies cf the same, b, posted op on therefore hoped that all good citizens will as far asmsj I John H swift, Jon Miller j FISH. Herring, Salmon SardJuw, Mackerel.and .

punllelwith the Hater and Ocean cons-, the oater door of the CourtHouse. and at some other I be afford their aid to bring the offenders to justice. John Wadsworth David A Comatock, Cod.... V .
d3r not..... to the :honh I>ast winds has public place ia the County, (or the same period of time.I By order of ths Board of Co. Commissioners., S Cornell, Robert Shuyler V .

teststaapnoftderteV thol'OUchrt'p&ln. and DOW i! G. HUMPH UEYd, Judge of P/obate.: P. C. ZYLSTRA, Clerk| Gonv M Wilkins Jam,.!, Chambers, I MISCILLANEOt3.-Ricc. Pot Barley: ,OatMeal ,
trida Mf similar EeulltthWot in the State,be- 'I A true copy of the oriinal order on record. ia the Board of County Commissioners. John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman. Copp i'IS. Pipe Clay: Bath Brick Indigo Spanish V
.... of wood and perfectly from dampitae1f' Probate Office of S U Johns County. Fred Whittlesey V Muses 11 I i Flnat, Fig Blue! London *larch. Candle Wick iJ
exempt Grinnell '
I ; G. HUMPHREYS.St. '( j Liquid Blacking in pu &. Quarts,Paste ia Tin Cite "
, win recommead it to InTalids and j otlee. Charles Ely. V \.OJ J Thinker .
t.Th- high repatatloo thU House acstains1 I Augustine,.Vay 25 8w QIX week after date I shall apply to the Judge o r i John C Cruger Hugene: Dutilh j. Shoe Brushes, Scrubbing Cora brooms,do. Wish

itemtrousgesw, U will be the present pro- ]I Probates in and for the Count) of St. Lucie. foi r. Walter_Joyt Francja S Lathrop, T. D.Pipes German do. Night Lights. Door Mitt i1
i Collectors I Patent Matcea Percussion Cap*, Do 1'owder Gun-
aim MaL Dma tc suataia. The tal lie !, Tax Sate. !letters of Administration upon the'tltate of iou I I' Alfred Pell J 0 Thiteher. !
with the choicest Game Oysters and Uh BY virtue of the power vested in me' by law I BAXKTX, deed late ef' snii Coaaty. .A JOSEPH B. COLLINS, Presi tn.. powder. Salt Liverpool do. IV
- or ForeIU and Waters abound,and no itnats expose for sale before the Court House WILLIAM F. RUSSELL. IS'AAC ADBATT Secrury. I PROVI61O.NS. Perk, Beef Hams, ;Flour Butter
in the city of St. AnguaJne the first Jane 22J. 1850. I and Cheese. ;1
V bSfired b&ke the visitors of this owe door on Mondayof JOSETH BLCTT Coul1&e. lor.
a IDd RUled. :: October next the following described aroperry.or !QJ oUce iI hereby gtveu,that ap>i> atioo will !>< G. R. F.WMA5XS Ant St. Augustine Fla. CROCKERY .AND GLASSWARE, AlIIOrted.t' :{
y,,,, TespectM1y. ao touch thereof. will pay the State and County i>| made for amendments to the act incorporating i j Ftlt 16th. ALSO, ...
; V THEPROPRIETRES8.Ctt tax due thereon (forth year1849 and ,he nrccmryexpenres the Presbyterian Congregation of the city of SuAu. t' A '''Variety ,

itnsth. V'I D. lLBO.\ r /' 1 Incident thereto,vix: One hundred acres of goethe, at the next meeting of the General Aeserablj. ; Groceries, Provisions, &c. Shelf Goods Hirdfart.Tin Ware, Wood Wart 'I
V land more or leas situated on the South of Jalinguta of Florida., A very choice lot of Butter. Sugar choke llama t Butt f Shoes Clothing, Hats % Caps Drum.I4 .
." Of. uuitlne. Creek ia the County of 3L Ions belonging to Sf Aozoctine. March S'}. S50 Delta, Pork, Crackers, F5h,Teas Coffee 3piccs .
E Isbereby'pna.liIat the City Council of Henry Hull a nonresident, purchased, by'the said ---- &c. by chrf C'plU3jas discharged, forMleby 1 With many other articles too -I
- ..S Gay of St. Aaeattiue.will! apply for amead> 'I Ran Hull from James James. Irish Dud Scotch "tVliIskej.COTCH March 1 D. C. CARR.I |i The above stock of Groceries was numerous selected to mention in New 1 .

- ts&s act iaecrporatiif uid Diy at the next 1 Unless the Taxes and expenses are paid before the Q ALECIJerPorterin Pints and Qnarti I --- York Market and canbe/ recommended '
< .f the 9eieeIMoembljnt! Florida.r : Choice Groceries. .
1 Madeira. Sherry and Port Wines, Champa
4er of the Council'MAT11w- : 4ajrfeslr. FINE lot of Batter, Lard. Cheese, assorted dence ; and will be disposed of to suit the time at re. f.
Holland Gin. Monongohela Whiskey,assorted ,
I U. B. CANOVA Sheriffaivd ex-ofT. Brandy, A
Cracker?, Ilamv BAron, Fish, Smoked Bee duced prices. We solicit: the attention of the trade .
: ".L I.... ;. BOLANA' Mam.. I Tax AaneasfiT and.Collector. St.,Johns Co. 1 Wines, Ltauor ,CuidiaI., &e., for rale by and Fnl'on Meikrt Deef and private families. 'D. E. CARR. I
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". HOTELS. .1 : OP FLORIDA. I. |HE undersigned as Agent for the respective. .virtue ct'thc power re teJ-in"'me' ty Uw.I QCOTCR'\LEftda.PrirWa PnIj rfla '.

j'J -, fjgnolia HoteL 'On St. Georgei Street north of Sr&tKQ'TEltX. proprietors offers for sale on exceedingly reason1 1 BI. : expose. fw'sale before the, Cuaxt, Hovze KS Madeira Sbetry.Brandy. a,,1 PettY 'fiptf; al 4 .

; -rjV.io! ; SquAre..ncl1*ac. dootJiorth of the Melh '? Rjrihe Counties of Orange and St.;Lucie, stMl-I10nvi11e :abl terms,the jblloiriog 1andsmopg which are some at Mellonville in tbeVounty Gf' grange,, m the first I! .Holhnd Gin, MunoaJtrla .W'hidyatsot.
dut II l$u'I;* h. ': .: ,on the ihird Tuesday in pril. of the '.most valuatte 1 i:1 Cotton: Sugar and Tobacco I Monday ofSrptembrt next the followjug described I f ted %Vinej. aor'.CotdiaU&c.' ..for sale ferMilittiry .

Florida House. On Treasury Line, North of For the county Putnam, at Pilatka second. Tuesday lands.in the State. property,or so"'much thereof will pay. the state anJ I! "tb' .. KtC4R1.:
iht' !nblic Square. ': in April. IN THE ARREDONDO GRANT. 1 county tax, due thereon for the year 1349 and the tie I Blacklag.- -
of Marion at Ocala, fourth Monday .
ci ijffafel.. On Charlotte and Bay Street a few Forth coa.ity: ALACUTJA COUNTY, cessary expenses incident thereto to wit:4 i, fJST received a few dozen Renders Leather im.

docr.: o th'ElSt of the Public Square. ofApril. T 9, R 18 ; Sections 11,14,15,22,23.24,26,27. acres assessed to'L. S. an t'D." D, Laihrop situated I 3- pmioui water an J gives the cnrfaet an Elegant -
& renter* 17diel. Ori Charlotte Street and Trens- For the Counties of Alnehua anJ Lsvy.at New- In 9," 19 ; ," 2,3.8,10,11,12,13.14,22. near New myru" I polish without destoyingitaaoftiupplsa1eu. L

.' ary Iane, north cf the Public Square.-(not open.) nahsville, firal Monday in May. 34,35, 30, 18,21.17,27,5, VIRpIfcfl.DUPONTTax. Cellcitor and I tie qualities .' ,

.'. ,* i Fo the County of Columbia, at Alligator' on the 6,9. ,: 5Iarch2, 1850. ". 'A lSOrc.c. Rcccom2i n.c.l:! for I Harncses.C'rrltge.

BOARPJNG HOUSES/ second Monday of May. Iii, ",9. 20 ; 1J, 22, 2J..2JZ, 28,20,30,32, -- r '' At letail.o1IcO. B.. .EL CARR.
For the county of Nassau, at Nasrau C. H., on the 33,34. ; Tax Collector's Side -_, _-j :__ : -
Mr';rJ1: Ittifc 'Oa Charlotte. jStreet, near the .
'J Barracks. Wednesday before the fourth Monday May. In 9 21 ; 15,19.20, 1,2-.1, 8.29.:30.: virtue of the'power' vested fj'a me by law, T jI ., .
, For the county of Duval, at Jacksonville, on the II B lu'r4.by given their I : Mitt FD io. Oa St. George Str et; a few, ..doors : 32,33,34. expose for sale before the Court House at ,, I '
South of the.Court House and Public! Square. fourth Monday of May. ''la- 10" 18 ; 23lOll,15,22,23, 26, 27, Mellonville in thc county 'df Orange on tic !irsJ! lion ', the J-/J !b4e Ct.-Joha. .
;' G. N. {apit. On Bay street, corner of Bay and Forth? County of SU John's, at St. Augustine, .' 34,35.36. I I day of September next the following dwcrifccdproD-,'I C oonty, my ,cOLntJ (for **:*Ieme nt and aUowancO *

Garden Lane. ," on the second Monday in June.FALL InuI0'19 ; u 7, 8. 17, 19, 20 30.In" erty or E 9 much thereof as will pay the state and n' Adminisi.-afor of the Estate o(Robert tMick'.er.latV Jof

\, TERM. 10" 20 ; 13.14,16,28.29.In"10",21 cprfarf tax due thereon for the year'IStO, and the! cf I' said county dcaseJ :and further notice wgiireuthat

I' DOCTORS. i j' For the' counties Orange and St. Lucie, Tuesday i ; 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8.9,10,11,. c'c&ary exp nses incident thereto to wit: 2Of0'nert'*'I : I shall nt th*. tme time ak C'ra*, 1iM dise.hI'I T

., I D.el. F. JV' tdJiJ. Xflic3 'at his p eliih g House' before firsi Monday of November. \ 12;13, 14,15"18,22,26,31.. 'on Tom oca creek known as the Ormbnk pla'utation fnmy AlmtiuaJrStorjfrp p ofsaij E.it3tl .
! an Bridge Street. |' Forthe rounty Putnam, at Pilatk the second In" 10 22 ; "V 6, 18, 19. VIRGIL U. DUPONT, Tax Collector and J A r f.j 21I. MJC11LEB.St. .
AII2U-tine, June J 5 ,1SCO.
Tuesday the Crst Monday of November.For In" 11" 18 ; 24. March 2. 1850. Assessor,'o.4 c. .. 6m.
St. before .
: v, Diet.John E. Peek Office on Oeorge Street, ----- -'- --p-
lu" 11 19 tf2 .ll,13, 14)6,17,18 Clicct ISiitterac
few doors North of the Court House. the coUnty ot St. John's, on the first.lfonday'i ; ,r j
.' \ November1For l,23, 30. Wax. Collector's Sqle. -I j rooked Tcpga?,.G" heh Cheese.Biufer CiacEert&e. '

1 i. \' the of Nassau, Thursday" before the III" 11" 20 ; ". 18 20, 23, 24, E 1-2 of 25 .-; Dried Beef' Fulton- market.- --IToef.-. .M._.-rirT--..... *
+ DRUGGIST. county virtue of
: ... the in'me
I of power vested i by law 1 '
of 27,28,33, N 1-2 36- By (?hoice Sturer Lesf Lard Hans Ifocon, cotch
third November.
r.C.Zylttra. Chemist'and.Ornggest, North East i Monday Cn" 11" 2J 1,2.3.10,11,12,13,14,15, expose for sale before the Court House ai3ellonville Alt! an.! Porterin. qt* and pts.Cougreas Water-I! .
\ t the Public, Square, opposite the middle tastav *': :FrtLe: county. of Duval, on the third Monday of i iNovemoer. ; 19.20,21,27,28,29.30,33. in the county Orange,on the tilt H/on- tea, Preserves, Confectionary Choice. Gr.ca saL t

,t LAWYfiRS. For the county of Marion, on the first Monday in 3536. day of September much next the following described property Black Tea. Java and Rio Coffee Raisins, Citron,
or so thereof will tho
ae pay .state and Almonds Choice
In 11 22 6,7,19,30,31 Principle Cigar Salt Shot
,. E. B. Gould, ;, CouiTsdlor at Law-offic.' on ,Ar- December.For ; county tax due therc n for the year 1849, aud the Be* Powder. *. 1&4. ,-flII

ilfery LIi e. the counties'of Alichsa. and Levy on the see- A.RREQOJiDO GR4tjI. cessaay expenses inqdent ihereto, to wit r, 3200 .no,. _". __., >.,. ,... ,.'..:f. '. > '
a lV illiat ',. Ftrvard. Attorney:; Law and So- ondlMonday in Deoember. i. MAJUOI riTT. c fd, .to eDr Jl. dJ.rMuifd JD :

". ilt.or Chancerr: -office. on the!ground flow, ot Forthe county of,..Columbia. ,. on the, .third-' ','Monday. 'h:12 ; 18"l:"" ...l''rl. 3.lOr1rr13f 15 ;- + ," ...c.,.: .;. KftlfJMCU?. Jf '
liIl cnrtl.WinlohheCoart iHo'gH&.l1v J '. in i" .\1I.l2. 15, 1g,1919, ; VIRGIL R.D.UPONT Tax Colleelar &ad' *' New Yorknow' 4ixhaqi \ '
, to ae; rtfl j Ji'jIXi,Qftijj A\toiney and Counsellor atjjj The U.S. District Court at St. Augustine, on the 20,21, 22.23, 2-1. .March 2* 850. tfsse>sor,p. c. tian to recent arrivals a choice and! welt felt)

tliolt uui offic',in the Court House. j, first Monday_In A1.Va1uabIeP1aiatatIons' In ".12" 20 ; E 3.401 1, 3.5G.1.9. 10, .. ofGrocerie*.Provisions and Shelf good usually

4U !ithrIi fnl' -, L-- 11141617182224. .' Ta> Cqll&twls Sale. in oar establishment,consutingin part choIeLeaf W_'f,
4r ll? ; PUBLIC OFFICES. Wil$ Lands In" 12 26-; 1, 2, '3. 4, 6, 12, 13, 15, : virtue of the Lard,Crockery Hams Bacon, Mess ? .r.
rlt [ I &c. in Ea,' Florida. power.vested in me 'b5r law 1 .
t roll OjRce.( P'C. vlstra: Post Master on the'cor- 21,22.23.24. Dr shall for saie before the ton Zarket Bscfj dried beef.lUackerel, Codfish, JIe .
1 for the expose Court Houseat
;n.J undersigned as Agent respective pro
i 12-22 6, 7. 18,19. riugFiour 1-3 barrels for Family Ule.Extra
Street of The n
ner ofBay and Public Square, North Mar-j ; Mellonville in the of tttai
t offers for sale the following !landato county Orange, on the Jlrst
I L hJ ket buitdin : : etors. GEO. R.'FAIRBANKS.St. Monday September the Flour corn.Hay,Oats,brand. Rio coffee Teassr. .
'I wit : That well known and extremely valuable Plantation Feb. 16 next following described Moa89! crush Sugar, N 0 ditto.Loaf aDd
Surveyor GeneraVt Office. B. V. Putnam Surtcyor j of Augustine, 1850. property, or so muchthert.ofaz the upi Lump
. called the Bulow Plantation at the head ynil'piy state and
, .\, \ General, on |Uo piial Streetcorner' of Artillery' \ Halifax River formerly occupied and planted by the ;county tax dae thereon ror tWVear 1849. and the Suga, Raj-ens dried Almons nacill Dates assorted Presem?:
- cReeae, V Macaroair;
AGEN Y."f Apple ,efgsn ,
i Lane and Hospital Street. ; I late John J. Bulow with a force of 300 hands suitablefor necessary. expenses incident thereto, to wit ; 3133 Tobaccu Leaf ,
Kenttwky .
Myers's CnU.T. !
Lanclpffice. D William II. fiimmon ,Rr iste.J' or acrt's. being two thirds of the : -
both Sugar and Cotton, and advantageously l located plantation ill
i jf Public Land*. K>ffice in the Court House. navigable waters. It lies upon the coast'about DR. FITCH'SPulmonary EBQ&TED. county,, known as the Orange Grove plantation! for- baeco articles now being opened and.rron
on .
Ju'yU: B. E. CARR-
) t'r40,. T. lEutttll. Receiver, ffic.' .in Court forty tnlles south of St. Augustine, and contains about lYIEDICIN'ES. : merly owned by S. H. William situated (; Halifax t\
!Iou : Ualsam" Depurative Syrup River..present owner unknown
.4000 acres. assessed ta 'S. II Porter Ale. &c.
", A. Alvarez 'Keeper of Spanish Archives, office in Pectoral Expectorant, Heart Corrector, Williams. *
i Aso! ,two thousand acres adjoining the last described |0 PICES. Chocolate,Rio Coffee, Tear Jan Cifk3fee :-:
.:j he Court House. { land, being the Pellicier Grant in Graham's swamp. pulmonary Liniment' Humor Corrector, VIRGIL R. DUPONT. Tax Collector and Ale in pts and qts.Porter m pt4 and qtr &i
; Judge of. Prelate. (G. Humphrey's: Judge.,) office Also the Spruce Creek Plantation, containg 999 Pure and Medicinal Cod Liver Oil, March 2, 185U. -Aiieasor.o. c. beat Engluh! artieleCongreia Water id pU inj qa" '
n : tn the Court Hous;. suitable for culture and Anti-Dyspeptic Mixture, Cough and Cathartic. Pills, Hcidrecl* and
i acres, Sugar near to navigation Champagne q'.s pt?choice Priu ip,d-
,:: : ? ,J'.rt'-f,D. Duma*. ..Clerk, Circuij* Court office. in about 70 miles south of it. Augustine, near Nervine, Female Pills Tax Col lector19 Sale.y gars, J-ha ..Anderaon's-fine Tobacco, Jliyet ,
i: i 4 jl': Court House : New Smyrna. : ..rmifuse, Female Specific, &c, &c.. virtue of the power vested in me by law I }'OnIty' Dew,' Cavendish, Champagne Cider'in, ciaolid'yz .
.. i Jlafael B:qanoli .. f\h-ri iT and Tax Collector,of- Also the Mount Oswald Plantation on Halifax Uied by.him constantly and with unprecedented B' shall expose for sale before the Court Housr i : auefaiVby, B. E.'CARl.

\ lice in the Court House. ; River about 50 n.iksouth. of St. Augustine, near the tucccts in the treatment of at Mcllbnville in the county of Orauge, on tie fwst

,J : ,(',Il tor of Cuttonu James R. Sanchez, office' ,coast, formerly planned in Saga by the late'Geo. Anderson Colds, Coughs, Consumption i Asthma, Heart Monday September{ next,-the following ddcribedproperty boiG" cri t, ProTisioui, 60'
,: la l h3 U Yelling house on Bay Street.I and now the property Joseph Lauton, containing Diseases, Dyspepsia Scrofula Skin D r st'l.RbeuDlAtjtrtn. or uo'hAach' thereof will ptyIe! state Cileries, Provisions, nowd.ihaygjtg,. .1

: : .r'' I Inffector of Outturn Ora Howard office in 1900( acres. ,Female Complaints- and county tax for the year 1849, and the necessary 1J1RKSH brig Benjamin Carsur ISdays from Nsw ,

\ 6ward Buildings, Market tquare.! Also 1000 acres south of New Smyrna in Turn Files, &c. &.c. expenses incident thereto to wit: 1000 acres of l laud York. We oi.oil the attention of the TracIe, pr*.. .
/. I{. Bronton.. Judge U. 's" Court Northern bull's being the north half of the Rosette Dr. Fitch's unequalled Patent being p\rt of a grant of 16000 acres made Charles vate families a-! others, to the. large and extensive

.t 1'' .' District of Florida, ,office in'the Court H use.' Grant swamp,well timbered and near navigation.Also Silver Plated Abdominal, J. SibbaW by the Spanish government, on the 2d of 6'ioik now being received and offered to the aorigmnl

G.\K.\ Fairlanlci. Clerk U. S.J; Court office in ,forty thousand acres on the St. Johns River, Supporter, August 817 and which said WOO acres are part ofa r1ckages..customary terms at Chtrkitotrtrices.
I r the Court House. Dr. Pitch's Improved Plated of 4000 of'said in Tumbull's '
? between Lake George and Lake Monroe, consisting survey acres grant swamp : -
;' j Deputy Mirihal.% George I. Zehnbaur" ,. office in valuable pine hammock and timbered lands in various Steel Spring Shoulder Brace. between New Smyrna and Indian river, which said &00 bbls riour assorted brands, 25 do Pilot' Brral

\ >!ii Court Hjjuse. tracts. Dr. Fitch' Silver Inhaling 1000 acres belong to,or are supposed to bclr to I 20 do assorted Cnickera, 1500 bushels Corn 75 bsl

I Also, 3000 acres in Alachua county, suitable for Tube. Thomas 1 Stagg. lIay.73 bag Oats,5Qd Braad. 15 bbLa Mets Perk.
Cotton or Sjgar. 2! hhds hoil .! Jlanham. Ordnince Storekeeper, Also 6O ) acres in Columbia County, good. pine Feb. 23;.1850..' Assessor o. c. dried Beef, 15 bbls Lud. 35 kegs do, 25 do 'Sliter.Ij Ij
; I office on St. George street a few d.ors South of .the lands on the Santa Fe River. 05 THE PREVESTI05 ASD CURE OF Gcasks Cheete.&j boxes do. 3- half bbls' pkiltai

t. t Dry.Good etorii of S. AI. Wakemin. Persons desirous Apply for terms, particulars) &c. to Consumption, Asthma, Di'ease! of the I Orange County Tax CqJfec Tongues bbls g,*wan'lI Sugar 10 do kild.driej. :

t I i of visitiog the Fort will make application to I GEO. R.FAIRBANKS. Heart cf-c.,and on the method of presertitig tor's .Sale. 5 do pulverized do.. 2 boxes Loaf do. 3 hhds N 0- .

I, Capt. Hanham. Agent for the purchase and sale of Lands, I Health and Beauty to an virtue of the power vested in me by hw, do, 10 bOltS B 11 do. 10 barrels Ilobsa. 1J '

1 I Payment of Aon Resident Taxes,.& < old age. By expose for sale before the Court II use sacks kio Coffee. 5 hlf chests Black Tes,20boxaa 'j

I : 1 1I JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. St. Augustine. Feb iS5O. This Book should be in every family. To the Con- at Mellonville in the comity of Orange, on thV first Starch,40 kegs Nails 3 bgs Pepper 40 bags ifot*
} I George L. Phillip: Justice of the Peace, and Notice.' umptive it points out the only reasonable hope for I l Monday of -pteruber next the following described i kegs Powder.. 293 bars Lend 25 bbs! Putty.Jit I
i I Rotary I'ublic, office on Bay strejrf, North of the j I much thereof will tke ilkir and bbb Louisiana 2 da Tar-' ,
II I'. CS | month after date we shall present our relit To mothera.the directions it gives for the" card property, or so a. pa j boxes assorted Glass 9 Oil
X '
I JI iliddla basin. : J5I Accents and Executors of the Estate and education of Children are invaluable. 78,000'I county tax due thereon for the year 1849, and ih necessary .p entire 30 kegs white Lead.2 bbia whiting IS ciiii ,

\! j* F, J. Quiney. Justice of the Peace, office r at his! ', Richard Weighiman Vouehersag r 'd. to the Hon. Judge! copies of this Book have passed through the press,and expenses incident thereto, to wit : 3000 acres Verdigris, 5 bbls Coal Tar 10 baskets Champtfas
n torr. -I I I i of Probati of St. John's County, for a final !t'ttle.1 the sale continues unabated of land granted to Paul Dupon on the 14th of May Wine 10 cases Cordials, 10 baskets Champagne*

I t i I and shall at the same time apply for Letters of, For Sale by S. S. FITCH $ CO.,707 1818. by the Spanish government situated on the der, bbls Mackerel. 2 boxe Codfish 20 do '
; ment '
J. d CITY OFFICERS. Dismission as such Executors of which all persons Broadway, New Work ; and River Ju Johns ,at a place known as Spring Garden Herrings, 25 sacks Salt, 30 do table Salt 10

\ o Mathete Solanai" Mayor, {fro ;I.I inttrcted in said Estate will take notice. ICT DR. FITCH'S GelD TO IKYALICS or Di. ,bounded northwardly by lands of the Estate o boxes Tallow Candles 10 do Sperm do, ffdi ,'

( t:: C. Erato, \ I. .: ', JOHN :. FONTANE. l rrctionsto persons using Dr. Fitch's Remedies William Williams, Eastwardly by vacant pine landaf Adamantine, do, 30 do extra Soap,25 dora .''

A. Kogero,, I I Aldermen. '; I' R. D. FONTANE.ec4ors.S to be had qratit, of all his Agent All southwardly by lands of John B. Gaudryand west- Ivdo,,2 tierces Oil, 40J boxes Raisens, 2 bbJX.:4Almons
P. fM. wardly by the river St.Johns, which said lands '
Bfnet were
\\I MeJtcit, J '' i i,' Jan 1. IS50.STABiLfTi'. _ kept on hand by his Agents confirmed to said Paul Dupoh by the fc'ujerbr'Ceur I bag Ginger I bdl Hops, 5. bniielC

Clerk of the City jCbuncH.. .Charles Ilaager, office --SECURITY-p EKPE'l'U I'l'l': AUJJ. 31 R R. REID, & CO., Walks. of East Florida on lihe lath. May, 183 Sweet Oil, l-'clo Mustnrd, 1 bbl Rose' CordiaV-

the Council l ', 1 $000,000. WhOLESALE VIRGIL R. DUPONT, Tax Collector and 2 J pipes Brandy 1 do Gin 6 quart casks W&f.,;<
\ larhai and Clerk of the Market, T T.Jcrreira. LIFE INSURANCE Feb 23, 1850. Assessor, o.c.Collector's 24 do Brooms 6 nests Tub, 40 reams wrapping
{ .* ,_ paper 10 BChockolate, 6 boxes aswrttlj
.I I. ;. OF NEW YORK: -NO.35 WALL St., BY: RECENT ARRIVALS the subscriber has Tax Sale. Preserve,2 hhds Lenf'I'obncco 15 boxes'a>.--

AUCTIONEERS. mT ET'Accumulated Fund Nov. 1st, 1849, $90011 ,- customary supply Groceries, Shelf Goods lip y virtue of the power vested in me"by law I sorted Brands do.40 do-Pipes, 3 do TiaUSfi03T
his well known
He. usually kept at establishment.The
shall for sale before the 15 coils assorted Rope, 7 casks pints Po 'te1.do .
invested in Bonds and Mortgageson .Wffi expose Court House
F. r, Frr. Gnd J. L SlricUtI. O00.iccurely t-
.. attention. Private. families andtheTra4e. is solicited Mellonville in the county of first'ftloodar Scotch 5 do MonongnhcU'Jl
: ", 4 real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks i Orange on the Ale
\ ; : MERCHANTS- S ;rtfthe Stat and City of New York and United below to our below extensive assortment.be had in Articles! enumerated of September next, the following described, I 6 cases Picklt .3 do Olives, s do assorted* ..1
\ can
fl. Burrought E. CWr.'
.t I s first quality Family Groceries!: of all kinds Li- This find is rapidly increasing by a widjr!. extended 'J'EAS.-YoU:11 Hyson, 'Old Hyson, Gunpowder I county; tax thereon fur the year 1849 and the necessary assorted Corks,' 3 hlf bbl Pickle*; Brici .
iIlOt. &c.. No.2 East side Charlotte Street,'North 0 1 and prosperous business.. Imperial.Twankay Pouchong Souchong. 1 expenses incident thereto, to wit : 3000 Laths, White Pine Lumber, Yellow. do'Uffie,

i {/.the.Public squaredUevrge : The Company: declared a dividend of profits of fif COFFEE.-Java Green Ground do. Mocha do. 'acres ofland granted by the Spanish government to Hair, Plaster,&c. -
\ the 31st John B. the 8th October
1811.l tuatt'd
I cent on all existing policies on ,on "
and Fancy Dry ty-two per Rio Cuba do. Chocolate Cocoa and Cocoa Paste.SOAP.Shaving' .
Burt.> Dealer $5n Staple of January, 1848. on the St. Johns River at a place called Spring Gar :he above are nowln, store and purchssei.

ood., West side of Charlotte street. a few docks All the Pro.fit! arc divided among; do.3PICE3.. White seated Brown, and Ver- den in the county ol Orange, and bounded by the original at low (ates nnd with much care a3 per aMp'(

crth of Treasury, Lane. : the Insured. legated survey thereof, as follows : Bounded on the ment warrants. The several Invoices. : are not '
&th M. Walceman. Wholesale! and.Retail dealer The premiums are payable in cash annually sem- Gingcr, Race ; do Ground ; black pep. north by land. of Paul Dnpon on the east by vacant being opened at retail. -

\ i Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on the .,Atmually or quarterly, interest being added on the per, Pimento Nutmegs, Moves, Mace. Cinnamon, pine lauds on the south brl lands of the late Barto- June22, B.E.CARB-
; r ig ound floor of the City Hotel-Dry Goods Store, deferred payments.The I Arrow Soot Vermecelli 'Macdaroni, Curry Powder, tome Castio y Ferrer nllun the west by river St. -

at f' irner ofPicolata! nc3. St. George, strict 'O 'pbs cash principle adopted by this Company se- ,Mustard in jars and bottles. .Johns, surveyed by Kobi McIIardy on the 12th Dei. A D Ordinance prohibit the firing ol .

,. ...e Court House'. ", jurts'to the panic for whose benefit the insurances FRUIT. Bloom, Muscatel, and Sultana Raisins, 1817., 1. &: cr't'I.h r firearm. Squibs. Crackers$pA other '
I.t Mistts S. J{ -ly. Pinlh m. Dealers in ,Fawyod are eft-cted, the whole of the advantages, without Zante currants, soft; shell Almonds ; Smyrna Figs, VIRGIL R. DUPONT, Tax Collector and combustible and Ina inabls Instrument ,d )*'

\4 t t, I Ii > ", &c. opp'osite the rlin rs. Hotel on'' East. subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated t Sicily Filberts,Madeira Walnuts, Brazil' Nuts ; Genoa Feb 23, 1850 Atsesor.t-. rUte within the !limit of th. city jeif Si Augnise t4,

: i I 'J leblCharlottestreet. premium notes. Citron. Sec. 1. be onlaintd Jy tht )ayer9.dA(
Pedro Benet. Dealer Groceries!. Provisions. te.jyrmer .Persons may effccl insurance on their own lives CANDLES. Common Sperm and Tallow and Tax Collet ton's Sale.By men of the city of St. Augustine m Council Atttm>

\ I of Cuna and St.' George Btrfet.! '* and the lives of others. A married woman can in- Wick, 1 virtue of the power Tested irf ,me by law I lied, Thitfrum smd nf( r the passag of' thisjprffflsaance

I Manuel .CP ei'o. Dealer in Family stores, Provi- cure the life of her husband,the benefits of which are PICKLr.3, SAUCES, &c.-Pickles, assorted in shall expose for sale bbre the Court Hone. t i it tLa-li! nor ';," lawful for *np* *Jid'ofPft*'.

ljI ; tent, .c.cornercf Cbarlotteand Bridge streets.F. secured by law for the exclusive use of.herself or chil half gall glass Jars, Do Do. bottles Capers, Olives, Mellonville in the county of Orane, ,on the first M 'Q. i BOMS, to dSchargj: r tire nff any pun organs,ortb :

J. QrincylWatchTnaker'ani Jeweler, .on dren. Mushroom Catsup Tomato do, Fish sauce, assorted day September next the following describd property j I r fire afra.wiimj: ? b f Chartered LirmU, cfsaidoJft

I .'.rse srreetTne'arly opposite office of.Dr. Pfck.That. Clergymen and all others dependent upon sala-. kinds, Pepper do. Staughtoh Bitters, 'Lemon Syrup, or so much thereof as will pay the state and ,I and any person or persona violating thGroYiiI4d'[

t tI' N l3Jn.. Retailer 'of. Brfow'; Shoes 'Caps, nci fcpeWilly invited ro avail themselves of -te.: Sugar of Lemons, \yrt, India preserve, SaUd Oil, county tax due thereon for the year JEW,and the nt'i j i; thi C !HI1r.e fh IIb! siib>:c:ell to a tine of Fii
i ; II. H side; or Cbarl! ttte street, corner :ofrlotte be securedtorn hovies. ceseary expenses incident reto.to wit : 100 acres '. M'ayo\.
i t Its fee., east' source whereby their surviving familts may I II An 4 I do"r'. '0 te qn'fll b/ :e. the
i,4J IU'fet..d Treasury Lane. I the evils of penury. '.I TOflA CO. Cavandish, Ladies twist Paper Tobacco oClandMl edto..1l.So \ rlIt1t; neuNeW'sm7r-1 &-,2, Bt JiJTar tr ordauudty tin ashen.
I.11I Laicr. ->if Andrea. Tailor, Charlotte. street. 1 I Pamphlets explanatory of the principles of Mutual Maccboy Snuff Scotch, do; RegaUa Cigars. 'na, on the west silt GsbardyV" C! fsrea si&Th1.Uf.any *f8OQ..ot .Jt

:esrthe K1:; 1' Life Insurance, and illustrating Its advantages with Principe do. Common' d Also 100 acres ,assessed to the >s?'tte8ii;" tbEast' tha a .rt dU8ui.GM<'4 e! ff*? csquibai ,

i TmmaAn 'a tU. Tailor, Charlotte, Street, near. forms1_of. ppJ r.ationmaJ be*obtani !d at the office, of. LIQUORS. Brandt "OttriJ i Dutip'y & Co. Jo. aid*",f the tfilUborMgbi river ntarrN "$1)1'D".<: ., ; ctieker joih r'cbjnbtfstiblft of in ,
die store of George!Burtr the Company, 35 Wall aCtor of any or its agents. .- VIRGIL R. 'J PONT, Tax Collector and matters 'such 1 person or persons shall be sub.d.
I Jamaica.RumOldRation "
Bordeaux Do. 1
tll"f- & .'Usta. Boot maker, Charlotte' street near TRUSTEES "' Spirits, [ to M'rch2, 1S50,, Assessor .o. e. fine of Five Dollars to recovered before the MfSis.
Do SkiYdham
4 Gin, Holland-, Whiskey Do.
1 hoteL : .:: David C Colden ordniaed bytkiam'afaretcid
\ ; the'City SOS B Collins, Scotch f.ne article Assorted Liquors. 3. Bt i: f-jrther
i fl Joseph Lop- Manufacturer of Segars, shop in WmJIIyslop, Alfred Edwards' ., a Madeira'Howard Tax CoZI ctor'* Sale That if any Minor *hall Tiolue.I .iidsiooa p
i Howard's Iiuikllng.a. ". : R H McCurr'y V.Bettn,* WINES ': M rsh,4 Co. Marseilles virtue of the power vested in me by !law, I oftbit Ordinancethe Fine herein, ':?'.' ,

j .1''. Tapy. PeaWr in Dry Groceries and Provr.tions Ered Winston, Joseph -Divnt, AMaga, Sherry, Pale &. Brown-Duff Gordon' By shall expose for sale before the Court House a; I be recovered cffhi parent or guardian of sail j Ia

,. : Ch rlott, street, a few :doors South of the ,;C W F 1htisula; Pearson, & Co, Champaigne,Hock Sparkling vintage, 1832, Mellonville in the county Orange, on the first.iloa- Sec. 4. tie it further crdnined. Tbatj1aj"
'I' Ciiy Hotel I John P Yelverton, Henry Well*. Vinegar,Bordeaux Porter London, in. pU. and qts, day of September nut the following d.scribcdpropVerty.drso shall violate. tha provisiona of(| Cyi i. OrdiU:1Cf'ilf'6nh
Cabinet mal Wm Moore, London and. Leith Ale ; Beer. ranch! thereof as will pay the siute and herein iuiposcd -hall b. rec6ver il of'the J'nIM
4 .it..T.ra_. ltTnaiunt. it Xelliran. Theo_ Sedfltwick. OILS. Olive Seal. Cod,and Castor
:; I -of-Market---' -square- -adjoining the Council room.'J Stacy B Collins, Zebedee Cook, sperm county tax due thereon for the year 18 1.3, and the necessary or Jrlimesr; or'Trtersous' havingJeUargs of tuBh5tp|
Sahnon. Sardine..1\Iackenl.
FISH. lItrri
corner and
\ Z' .
f ,, John Man cr. Black Smith and Gun Smith. near John II Swift, lona MillerDavid ,- I Cod.-n ,-' -- -. -.;: expenses incident thereto t-j wit : 2222. Stc. 5. Be further ordained. That f it iha1 llllawful
the North Gate oCt he City. John Wadoworth A Comstock,' acres of land situated it the head of Indian Eier, !'l for any person to make ccwolaints! of tsj"

J JI t ,. : : S M Cornell Robert Shuyler, l\USCELLANE
I AMUSEMENTS.' Gouv M Wilkins James Chambers, ] Copperas,Pipe Clay.Bath Brick,Indigo, Spanish VIRGIN DUPONT' Tax .Collector and ciaJ dilly of the City Marshal to do so, who afi I

Billiard Table,, Bowling Alley. Ont Howard!, John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman Float Fig Blue London Starch, Candle Wick March 2> 1850. Assessor< ., 0.!; such cases be a competent witness' iSEC.

Howard Buildings,Market sqiaie.I .- J, 0" Fred Whittlesey Moses H Grinnell, Liquid Blacking;In pta-4- Quarts,Paste in Tin Cues PaojAiB OFFICE ST. JOHKS CocatY ) 6. Be it further ordained, That *c$4
", Alley Liquor and Refreshment, by Charles Ely : Wm J Bunker, Shoe Brushes, Scrubbing do< Corn brooms do. Wisks, 1- herein contained shnll be so construed ar to prtfII
J Bottling 13th March 18:0. ]
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7. Bridier City Hotel. ". : John C Cruger Eugene Du&h, T. D. Pipes, German dp. Night Lights, Door Matte, i the shootin j of game along the margins o(th< 8tS*<
; Notice.
; .. Com**. Retailer'of Liquors, Refreshments, WalteV Joy, Francis S Lathrop. i Patent Ma tees Percussion Caps,' Do, Powder, Gunpowder ,j bastiaa'River,,and the United States troops or
Philip Administrators Guardians'and
t CharUtte opposite Bridier's &*Ung Alfred Pell, j Thatcher; i Salt Liverpool do. '. Executors, others, tia of the Territory frotat.firing their arms wl+liiri!!.
&'., street : tailed to file in this office 'the annual '
*: .1' JOSEPh B. COLLINS, President.. PROVISIONS. Pork, Beef, Hams, Flour Butter discharge ofiheir milirarYdutie", and that
Alley. / ISAAC ABBATT Secretary. I and Cheese.CROCKERYf. accounts required the'Statute'; ere hereby notified, in the opinion'of the Mayor the fiiiiijoff.ar disging .

I J Jostru BLCXT, Counsallor.G. that unless the same are presented without further any gun or fire arm by any person, shall 5ef
I STAGEOFFICE.Office "I R. FAIBBANKS, Agent St. Augustine Fla. AND GLASSWARE, Assorted. 'unnecessary delay,the provisions of the law, against J sidered necessary,the foregoing penalty shall sOt .
Brldier' City :
of tJif Picolata Mail Stage. Feb 6th.. I' LSO. defaulters' in such matters will be rigidly enforced. : incurred. '

H otcJ: ---- A Variety \\ G. HUMPHREYS,-Judge of' Probate. \ "2q. 7. Be further ordained That aU riiIo
4/ ". : Groceries, Provisions, &c. t! Shelf Good, fyrdvdrCtTin Ware Wood 'Ware March16. ,aaces heretofore-passed, prohibiting the Mug

< CHURCHES. very choiee lot of Butter* Sugar, choice Hams Boots $ Shoes clothing, Hats cf- Caps Drum -I' Guns, Patois, Squibs Crackers and oibejr
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I A Pork Cracker, Fsh'.Teaa CofleJ, Spices ... CARD. i-i I
/ Catholie Church.. North side Monumsn Baken, 4-c. i.e. i blAt and inflammable instrument andmstedaI1i
Roman': '.':' c' '1 &c. by chr. C-prusjua discharged, for sale by With many otter articles too numerous to mention Mr. GEOMI L. PBUXIM, having: resigned his 1 certain Emits of the City of .
1, or2are. March B.E.CARR. The above stock 6f Groceries'was selected in New Commission aa a Justice of the Peace'for St.' Johns are'tereby" repealed. '111I

/. t' EDiscopal Church..Church.Soutli"'On side'St.Monument' Gedrg. square.street, Choice Groceries. York Market,'and can be recommended with confidence County, will for the futare attend to tie duties appertaining I iiedth9.:Tenth. day of April 1S43 -J-
Prefbyteriani .: Cheese assorted and will be of suit the to his office of Notory PublicYand the draw. I ,q '. 1
p ,, i ';! FINE lot of Butter, Lard ; disposed to times at reduced 'ABRAHAM PU.OK Jlal
/ "*DUth of, the square. St. 1 George. street, near the A Crackers Hams Bacon, Fish, Smoked Bee. prices. We solicit the .attention ofthe trade, ing out of all writ ings and papers, that may be requirtd I ,Attest, p. B. DUMA'J, Clerk'if jh. CooaeiL. t "
1 f Methodist Vkapel. and families. 'J/B.!: E. of him. -
< 1 and Fultoa Market Beef, irivats CARR. "r A tr ce'ChIkSLtAG. ..
; Magnolia House. B E. CARK. Jan. 1 1850. I St 13th 1850. L .
at retail. ;: Augustine, July .l. I' Clerk of tJ. Counee
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